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The 2014/15 Operating Budget & Capital Improvement Program For the Town of Danville and the Successor Agency to the former CDA

ROBERT STORER MAYOR MIKE DOYLE VICE MAYOR NEWELL ARNERICH COUNCILMEMBER RENEE MORGAN COUNCILMEMBER KAREN STEPPER COUNCILMEMBER JOSEPH A. CALABRIGO TOWN MANAGER ELIZABETH HUDSON FINANCE DIRECTOR/TREASURER STEVEN C. LAKE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR/CITY ENGINEER


Table of Contents OPERATING BUDGET BUDGET & CIP MESSAGE........................................................................................................ I - XVII DIRECTORY OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS.................................................................................................1 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART................................................................................................................2 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE.................................................................................................................3 THE COMMUNITY...............................................................................................................................4 TOWN OF DANVILLE STATISTICS.....................................................................................................5 SUMMARIES Financial..................................................................................................................................7 Personnel Summaries........................................................................................................ 23 GENERAL GOVERNMENT................................................................................................................ 29 Town Council....................................................................................................................... 30 City Clerk.............................................................................................................................. 32 Town Manager..................................................................................................................... 34 City Attorney....................................................................................................................... 36 Risk Management............................................................................................................... 38 Finance.................................................................................................................................. 40 Human Resources............................................................................................................... 42 General Supplies................................................................................................................ 44 Library................................................................................................................................... 46 POLICE SERVICES............................................................................................................................ 49 PD Management/Community Services.......................................................................... 50 Patrol..................................................................................................................................... 52 Traffic..................................................................................................................................... 54 Investigation........................................................................................................................ 56 School Resource Program................................................................................................. 58 Disaster Preparedness...................................................................................................... 60 Animal Control.................................................................................................................... 62 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY............................................... 65 Community Development Management....................................................................... 66 Information Technology.................................................................................................... 68 Planning................................................................................................................................ 70 Transportation..................................................................................................................... 72 Economic Development.................................................................................................... 74 Business Promotion Funds............................................................................................... 76 Town Wide Special Events................................................................................................ 78 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES.............................................................................................................. 81 Development Services Management............................................................................. 82 Building................................................................................................................................ 84 Engineering......................................................................................................................... 86 Capital Project Management........................................................................................... 88 Clean Water Program......................................................................................................... 90 www.danville.ca.gov


Table of Contents MAINTENANCE SERVICES ......................................................................................................... 93 Maintenance Management .............................................................................................. 94 Buildings .............................................................................................................................. 96 Equipment ........................................................................................................................... 98 Parks ...................................................................................................................................100 Roadsides ..........................................................................................................................102 Street Lighting .................................................................................................................104 Streets ................................................................................................................................106 RECREATION SERVICES ...........................................................................................................109 Recreation Management ................................................................................................110 Adults .................................................................................................................................112 Seniors ...............................................................................................................................114 Cultural Arts ......................................................................................................................116 Facility Management ......................................................................................................118 Sports & Fitness ...............................................................................................................120 Teens ..................................................................................................................................122 Youth ..................................................................................................................................124 ASSET REPLACEMENT ..............................................................................................................127 Asset Replacement ..........................................................................................................128 SUCCESSOR AGENCY ................................................................................................................131 Successor Agency ............................................................................................................132 ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS .........................................................................................................135 Assessment District.........................................................................................................136

TEN YEAR PROJECTIONS

Ten Year Forecast .............................................................................................................139 Fund Activity .....................................................................................................................142 Revenues ...........................................................................................................................152 Expenditures ....................................................................................................................158

BUDGET GUIDE

Assumptions .....................................................................................................................165 Fund Structure .................................................................................................................167 Major Revenue Sources ..................................................................................................172 Glossary .............................................................................................................................176

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Table of Contents CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM OVERVIEW...................................................................................................CIP01 SUMMARY TABLES

Project Activity.............................................................................................................. CIP05 New Projects.................................................................................................................. CIP06 Summary of Planned Appropriations ...................................... Table A ................CIP07 Summary of Recommended General Purpose Revenue ......Table B ................CIP09 Summary of Appropriations by Funding Source ................... Table C. ...............CIP10 Summary of Completed Projects from Prior Fiscal Year....... Table D ...............CIP11 Summary of Estimated Fund Activity........................................Table E ................CIP12 Summary of Projects Funded Prior to 2014/15......................Table F ................CIP13 Project Status and Priority........................................................... Table G ...............CIP14 Project Cost Summary by Park Site............................................ Table H................CIP18 Project Cost Summary by Building Site.....................................Table I..................CIP20 Appropriation Adjustments........................................................ Table J ................CIP21 Downtown Projects Cost Summary........................................... Table K ................CIP23

PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM...........................................................CIP25 Projects Contributing to Overall Town Pavement Condition Index...............................................................................Table L................CIP27 PROJECTS General Improvements............................................................................................... CIP29 Parks and Facilities....................................................................................................... CIP53 Transportation............................................................................................................... CIP91

PROJECT INDEX........................................................................................ CIP119

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OPERATING BUDGET


Budget & CIP Message

Budget & CIP Message


Directory ofPUBLIC Public Officials DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS TOWN COUNCIL Robert Storer Mike Doyle Newell Arnerich Renee Morgan Karen Stepper

Mayor Vice Mayor Councilmember Councilmember Councilmember

TOWN STAFF Joseph A. Calabrigo Robert Ewing Elizabeth Hudson Steve Simpkins Steven C. Lake Tai Williams Jed Johnson Marie Sunseri Kevin Gailey Mike Leontiades Henry Perezalonso

Town Manager City Attorney Finance Director/Treasurer Chief of Police Development Services Director/ City Engineer Community Development Director Maintenance Services Director City Clerk Chief of Planning Chief Building Official Recreation Services Manager

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Police Department Management/

Community Services

Patrol Traffic Investigation

City Clerk

Risk Management

Finance

Human Resources

General Supplies

Library

Animal Control

Program

School Resource

Disaster Preparedness

Police Services

Special Events

Town-wide

Economic Development

Transportation

Planning

Development Services Management Building

Community Development/IT Management Information Technology

Clean Water Program

CIP Management

Engineering

Development Services

City Attorney

Streets

Street Lighting

Roadsides

Parks

Equipment

Buildings

Management

Maintenance Services

Maintenance Services

Parks & Leisure Services Commission

Community Development/IT

Town Manager

Heritage Resource Commission

General Government

Arts Commission

Town Council

Town of Danville Citizens

Town of Danville Organizational Chart

Youth

Teens

Sports & Fitness

Facilities Management

Cultural Arts

Seniors

Recreation Services Management Adults

Recreation Services

Design Review Board

Planning Commission

Organizational Chart

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Statement of Purpose STATEMENT OF PURPOSE DANVILLE IS A COMMUNITY DEDICATED TO PROVIDING AN EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ITS CITIZENS

To achieve this level of excellence, Danville will:  Value and enhance its heritage and natural environment;  Build innovative processes for citizen involvement and stimulate active participation in local government decision making;  Foster personal responsibility, ethical standards and commitment among citizens;  Achieve high quality development in scale with the natural surroundings;  Deliver superior municipal and educational services;  Encourage the arts, cultural and recreation activities, and community celebrations; and  Exercise strong leadership in regional issues. These goals enhance a sense of positive “small town” values related to the family, neighborhood and community.

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The Community THE COMMUNITY Danville began as a small rural village during the 1850s. Founded by two young gold miners, Andrew and Daniel Inman bought 400 acres in today’s Old Town. The first Post Office was established in 1860. With the construction of the Bay Bridge in 1936 and the Caldecott Tunnel in 1937, central Contra Costa County became accessible to the large growing employment centers in San Francisco. During the 1950s and 1960s, Danville evolved into a pleasant desirable residential community. The completion of Interstate 680 in 1968 allowed for a greater access to the area and contributed to increased amounts of residential development throughout the San Ramon Valley. Incorporated in 1982, Danville is located in Contra Costa County, approximately 30 miles east of San Francisco, and lies in the center of the San Ramon Valley. The Town comprises 18 square miles and has 43,146 residents. The Town is suburban, while retaining its semi-rural character. Older, well maintained neighborhoods co-exist with new subdivisions and their modern amenities. The community enjoys natural creeks, hiking and biking trails, and dedicated open space. Mt. Diablo, at 3,849 ft. elevation, rises to the east and the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, elevation 2,049 ft. creates the Town's western boundary. Danville's primary commercial district lies in the center of the community and offers boutique shopping, many resident service businesses and fine dining. The Old Town area is the historical center of Town. It is a source of pride to our residents and is host for many holiday and special events which attract visitors throughout the year from around the Bay Area. Over the past several years, Danville, along with other communities in the region, has experienced significant growth. While Danville has remained residential, neighboring cities have developed job centers including major commercial and light industrial business parks located within minutes of Town. The original 2005 Danville General Plan was adopted in 1987, and envisioned a build-out population of 42,000 residents. Subsequent updates, the 2010 General Plan adopted in 1999, and the 2030 General Plan adopted in 2013, now forecast a build out population of 45,000. Danville's citizens and the Town government are committed to preserving the best of the past while planning for the future. Aggressive long-range planning efforts are needed to ensure that future growth is accommodated with minimal impact on the quality of life desired by existing residents. Achieving this goal requires the Town Council and Staff to continue to work cooperatively with the County, utility districts, school district, fire district, other cities in the area, and the community-at-large.

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Town‘™‘ˆƒ˜‹ŽŽ‡–ƒ–‹•–‹…• of Danville Statistics Population (May 1, 2014)

43,146

Date of Incorporation

July 1, 1982

Form of Government

Council-Manager

Area

18.128 Square Miles

Miles of Streets

145

Street Light Poles

3,449

Signalized Intersections

52

Building Permits Finaled (Average), April 30, 2014 Facilities

207 per Month

Town Meeting Hall Library Danville Community Center Village Theatre & Art Gallery Veterans Memorial Building & Senior Center Oak Hill Park Community Center Hap Magee Ranch Park Buildings Town Offices Town Service Center Teen Centers (Charlotte Wood, Diablo Vista and Los Cerros)

Parks/Schools/Trails

5 Community Parks - 158.9 Acres 2 Neighborhood Parks - 2.4 Acres 4 Mini Parks - 1.4 Acres 5 School Parks - 18.4 Acres Trails - 18.8 Acres

Fire Stations Schools Bus Service

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Summaries

Summaries


General Fund Revenue & Exp. Proj. GENERAL FUND REVENUE & EXPENDITURE PROJECTIONS

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

21,283,694 437,553 0 -18,879,319 0 2,841,928

21,283,694 1,415,723

Projected FY 2014

Recommended Budget FY 2015

-19,907,489 0 2,791,928

22,054,544 1,415,723 0 -19,410,374 0 4,059,893

22,170,702 437,553 0 -19,706,708 800,000 3,701,547

319,516 475,075 1,686,300 0 354,837 2,835,728

222,061 572,530 1,686,300 0 354,837 2,835,728

222,061 572,530 1,686,300 0 354,837 2,835,728

25,000 755,482 1,700,000 0 421,065 2,901,547

500,000 -500,000 0 0 6,200 6,200

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 800,000 0 0 800,000

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-43,800

1,224,165

0

BEGINNING UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE Operating Revenues Operating Transfers In/Carry fwd Carry forward Less Operating Expenses CDA Loan repayment Gross Funds Available

LESS TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS L L A D - Capital L L A D - subsidy for operations Pavement Management Park Facilities Capital Improvement Total Transfer to Other Funds

LESS DESIGNATIONS Designated for Technology Upgrades Designated for EBRCSA Designated for CDA Loan Designated for Other Designated for Sidewalk Cleaning Total Designations

ENDING FUND BALANCE

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY PURPOSE Summary of Appropriations

FISCAL YEAR 2014/2015 General Fund Peg Fee P S SLESF P S Abandoned Vehicle Abate P S Asset Seizure Building & Planning Engineering Child Care Impact Fee Gas Tax Measure J Clean Water L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone C L L A D - Zone D Donations/Contributions Asset Replacement - General Asset Replacement - Lib/CC Civic Facilities Park Facilities Capital Improvement Park Dedication Impact Fee CTIP RTIP Tassajara Area Transportation Old Town Parking In Lieu NERIAD Assessment District Misc Development Fees SVAD Benefit District Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Res Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Com SCC Regional SCC Sub Regional Dougherty Valley Fee Successor Agency RPTTF

TOTALS

Salaries & Benefits 6,209,407

Contractual Services & Operations

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13,497,301 557 100,048 242 31 462,525 49,850 227 470,838 32,516 480,968 461,348 555,507 507,034 912,205 150,800 3,619 1,201 5,476 5,428 21,860 1,949 857 309 303 563 1,515 250 44 92 94 8,363 2,400 459 1,016

10,394,490

17,737,794

0 0 0 1,606,122 288,003 736,713 195,390 134,949 373,431 175,813 91,755 456,714 0 0 0 0 126,193

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Asset Replacement 0 1 0 66,000

Debt Service

Total

52,000 0 222,325 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,358,092

19,706,708 558 100,048 66,242 31 2,130,647 337,853 227 1,207,551 227,906 615,917 848,779 745,320 598,789 1,420,919 150,800 225,944 1,201 5,476 5,428 148,053 1,949 857 309 303 563 1,515 250 44 92 94 8,363 2,400 459 1,359,108

430,326

1,358,092

29,920,702

62,000 0 0 0 14,000 14,000

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PROPERTY TAXES 48.6% $10,767K

Total $22,170,702

TRANSFER TAX 2.3% $509K

SALES TAX TRIPLE FLIP 6.1% $1,345K

FISCAL YEAR 2014/15

SALES TAX 17.3% $3,826K

USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 4.6% $1,009K

FINES & FORFEITS 1% $228K

VEHICLE LICENSE FEES 0.1% $18K

FRANCHISE SOLID WASTE 3% $675K

FRANCHISE GAS & ELECTRIC 2.4% $538K

FRANCHISE CABLE 3.7% $816K

BUSINESS LICENSE 1.6% $360K

OTHER 0.1% $33K

MISC. REVENUE 0.5% $114K

TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY 0.5% $111K CHARGES FOR SERVICES 8.2% $1,819K

SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND REVENUE SOURCES

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Total $32,947,966

GENERAL FUND 67.3% $22,171K

PEG FEE 0.3% $95K

SUMMARY OF TOTAL REVENUE SOURCES

FISCAL YEAR 2014/15 PS SLESF 0.3% $100K

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SUCCESSOR AGENCY RPTTF 6.6% $2,159K

ASSET REPLACEMENT - LIB/CC 0% $12K

ASSET REPLACEMENT - GENERAL 0.1% $35K

DONATIONS/CONTRIBUTIONS 0.5% $153K

L L A D - ZONE D 3.4% $1,128K

L L A D - ZONE C 2.0% $670K

L L A D - ZONE B 2.3% $753K

L L A D - ZONE A 1.8% $579K

CLEAN WATER 1.8% $579K

MEASURE J 2.1% $707K

GAS TAX 3.4% $1,127K

ENGINEERING 0.6% $204K

BUILDING & PLANNING 7.4% $2,455K

PS ASSET SEIZURE 0% $1K

PS ABANDONED VEHICLE ABATE 0.1% $20K

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Franchise Cable Use Of Money & Prop. Total

PEG FEE

SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE

Revenue Subtotal

Charges For Services Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

PARKS & RECREATION

Property Taxes Transfer Tax Sales Tax Triple Flp Sales Tax Transient Occupancy Charges For Services Business License Franchise Cable Franchise Gas & Elec Franchise Solid Wast Intergovernmental Vehicle License Fees Fines & Forfeits Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Other Total

GENERAL FUND

GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE

91,286 6,088 97,374

22,149,346

1,703,893 466,199 10,538 2,180,630

10,460,322 433,052 1,349,070 3,788,168 109,092 61,016 374,353 808,226 535,816 662,809 5,862 22,337 237,210 702,726 280,556 138,100 19,968,716

Actuals FY 2013

89,000 4,096 93,096

21,283,694

1,780,799 469,495 19,800 2,270,094

9,938,012 425,818 1,365,355 3,787,000 95,000 45,595 350,200 804,231 516,277 673,228 0 22,337 230,000 491,840 236,207 32,500 19,013,600

Adopted Budget FY 2014

89,000 4,096 93,096

21,283,694

1,780,799 469,495 19,800 2,270,094

9,938,012 425,818 1,365,355 3,787,000 95,000 45,595 350,200 804,231 516,277 673,228 0 22,337 230,000 491,840 236,207 32,500 19,013,600

Amended Budget FY 2014

89,000 4,096 93,096

22,054,544

1,780,799 469,495 17,343 2,267,637

10,661,476 498,980 1,278,129 3,787,000 110,000 45,995 364,675 810,000 555,033 666,817 7,273 18,486 227,860 491,840 231,183 32,160 19,786,907

Projected Revenues FY 2014

90,400 4,189 94,589

22,170,702

1,772,605 504,753 19,800 2,297,158

10,767,190 508,960 1,345,492 3,826,113 110,677 45,995 360,399 816,307 538,382 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 504,496 94,671 33,150 19,873,544

Adopted Budget FY 2015

1.6 2.3 1.6

4.2

-0.5 7.5 0.0 1.2

8.3 19.5 -1.5 1.0 16.5 0.9 2.9 1.5 4.3 0.3 0.0 -17.2 -0.9 2.6 -59.9 2.0 4.5

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Revenue

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Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

MEASURE J

Gas Tax Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

GAS TAX

Charges For Services Development Fees Total

ENGINEERING

Charges For Services Development Fees Total

BUILDING & PLANNING

Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Total

P S ASSET SEIZURE

Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Total

P S ABANDONED VEHICLE ABATE

Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

P S SLESF

613,186 24,842 79,667 717,696

992,113 36,485 8,819 1,037,417

642,745 5,379 648,124

344,101 1,849,439 2,193,539

4,536 239 4,775

19,407 1,469 20,876

100,000 -263 0 99,737

Actuals FY 2013

616,386 17,395 0 633,781

1,269,110 30,867 0 1,299,977

156,000 500 156,500

198,750 1,653,500 1,852,250

2,000 253 2,253

18,000 2,389 20,389

100,000 0 0 100,000

Adopted Budget FY 2014

616,386 17,395 0 633,781

1,269,110 30,867 0 1,299,977

156,000 500 156,500

198,750 2,053,500 2,252,250

2,000 253 2,253

18,000 2,389 20,389

100,000 0 0 100,000

Amended Budget FY 2014

754,507 17,395 0 771,902

1,152,063 30,867 9,067 1,191,997

209,590 500 210,090

277,710 1,946,200 2,223,910

2,000 253 2,253

18,000 2,389 20,389

100,000 0 2,400 102,400

Projected Revenues FY 2014

689,195 17,791 0 706,986

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

203,000 500 203,500

395,720 2,058,900 2,454,620

1,000 259 1,259

18,000 2,444 20,444

100,000 0 0 100,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

11.8 2.3 0.0 11.6

-13.7 2.3 0.0 -13.3

30.1 0.0 30.0

99.1 0.3 9.0

-50.0 2.4 -44.1

0.0 2.3 0.3

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Revenue

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OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL

Revenue Subtotal

Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

DONATIONS/CONTRIBUTIONS

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

L L A D - ZONE D

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Total

L L A D - ZONE C

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Total

L L A D - ZONE B

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

L L A D - ZONE A

Special Assessment Charges For Services Use Of Money & Prop. Other Total

CLEAN WATER

8,405,723 29,689,417

29,289,417

30,859,994

2,628 150,000 152,628

1,037,300 2,105 85,000 1,124,405

659,605 10,121 669,726

741,378 11,245 752,623

576,361 1,103 0 577,464

554,700 800 15,131 0 570,631

8,005,723

2,628 150,000 152,628

1,037,300 2,105 85,000 1,124,405

659,605 10,121 669,726

741,378 11,245 752,623

576,361 1,103 0 577,464

554,700 800 15,131 0 570,631

Amended Budget FY 2014

8,710,648

2,229 160,147 162,377

1,036,448 6,638 83,239 1,126,325

661,694 17,412 679,106

740,547 15,403 755,950

576,022 -2,613 1,548 574,957

565,408 2,040 24,346 600 592,394

Actuals FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

30,523,972

8,469,428

2,628 150,000 152,628

1,037,300 2,105 85,000 1,124,405

659,605 10,121 669,726

741,378 11,245 752,623

576,361 1,103 0 577,464

559,000 1,814 15,131 600 576,545

Projected Revenues FY 2014

30,741,494

8,570,792

2,687 150,000 152,687

1,040,758 2,153 85,000 1,127,911

659,635 10,351 669,986

741,468 11,501 752,969

578,334 1,128 0 579,462

562,560 1,000 15,476 0 579,036

Adopted Budget FY 2015

3.5

2.0

2.2 0.0 0.0

0.3 2.3 0.0 0.3

0.0 2.3 0.0

0.0 2.3 0.0

0.3 2.3 0.0 0.3

1.4 25.0 2.3 0.0 1.5

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Revenue

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49,739 1,004 50,744

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REVENUES GRAND TOTAL

Revenue Total

Property Taxes Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

Successor Agency RPTTF

SUCCESSOR AGENCY RPTTF

Revenue Total

Use Of Money & Prop. Total

Asset Replacement - Lib/Cc

32,464,880

1,536,800

1,270,346 255,103 11,351 1,536,800

17,341

17,341 17,341

ASSET REPLACEMENT - LIBRARY/CC

Revenue Total

Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

Asset Replacement - General

ASSET REPLACEMENT - GENERAL

Actuals FY 2013

30,690,207

1,354,480

1,354,480 0 0 1,354,480

11,648

11,648 1

34,661

34,661 0 1

Adopted Budget FY 2014

31,090,207

1,354,480

1,354,480 0 0 1,354,480

11,648

11,648 11,648

34,661

34,661 0 34,661

Amended Budget FY 2014

31,924,761

1,354,480

1,354,480 0 0 1,354,480

11,648

11,648 11,648

34,661

34,661 0 34,661

Projected Revenues FY 2014

32,947,966

2,159,108

2,159,108 0 0 2,159,108

11,914

11,914 11,914

35,450

35,450 0 35,450

Adopted Budget FY 2015

6.0

59.4

59.4 0.0 0.0 59.4

2.3

2.3 2.3

2.3

2.3 0.0 2.3

% Change From Amended FY 2014

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Total $29,920,702

POLICE SERVICES 29.0% $8,689K

MAINTENANCE SERVICES 21.2% $6,340K

FISCAL YEAR 2014/15

SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES

SUCCESSOR AGENCY 4.5% $1,358K

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/ IT 10.2% $3,065K

ASSET REPLACEMENT 1.4% $430K

RECREATION SERVICES 11.1% $3,335K

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 11.7% $3,496K

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 10.7% $3,208K

Operating Expenditures

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Community Development /IT Mgmt Information Systems Planning Transportation Economic Development Town-wide Special Events TOTALS

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/IT

Police Mgmt /Community Svcs Patrol Traffic Investigation School Resource Program Disaster Preparedness Animal Control TOTALS

POLICE SERVICES

Town Council City Clerk Town Manager City Attorney Risk Management Finance Human Resources General Supplies Expanded Library Hours TOTALS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

230,366 675,192 752,074 570,908 314,259 237,641 2,780,439

1,056,856 4,006,010 774,209 714,964 439,944 94,802 224,162 7,310,947

132,184 222,001 623,519 363,604 345,591 806,693 310,978 1,121,716 160,283 4,086,570

Actual FY 2013

254,229 769,977 691,970 601,785 317,026 273,135 2,908,122

1,343,727 4,595,172 957,393 664,726 500,700 91,329 225,410 8,378,457

159,950 227,906 699,827 339,890 365,700 888,060 412,943 76,206 198,113 3,368,595

Adopted Budget FY 2014

254,229 999,810 853,696 691,300 564,790 285,475 3,649,300

1,404,562 4,659,022 979,244 664,726 501,518 91,524 225,410 8,526,006

182,083 232,949 770,859 397,807 365,700 1,075,592 473,355 84,334 237,469 3,820,149

Amended Budget FY 2014

254,229 948,861 827,795 618,614 545,041 279,122 3,473,662

1,256,578 4,640,261 977,393 664,726 500,700 91,329 225,410 8,356,397

170,979 227,906 746,827 426,064 352,116 1,071,782 431,208 76,206 198,113 3,701,201

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

265,802 802,800 767,159 665,712 311,982 251,070 3,064,525

1,287,824 4,827,127 1,022,874 693,195 533,907 96,893 226,843 8,688,663

157,945 256,072 706,264 371,014 381,100 913,973 426,940 76,206 206,310 3,495,824

Adopted Budget FY 2015

4.6 -19.7 -10.1 -3.7 -44.8 -12.1 -16.0

-8.3 3.6 4.5 4.3 6.5 5.9 0.6 1.9

-13.3 9.9 -8.4 -6.7 4.2 -15.0 -9.8 -9.6 -13.1 -8.5

% Change From Amended FY 2014

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Recreation Management Adults Seniors Cultural Arts Facilities Management Sports and Fitness Teens Youth TOTALS

RECREATION SERVICES

Maintenance Management Building Maintenance Equipment Parks Roadsides Street Lighting Streets TOTALS

MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Development Services Mgmt Building Engineering Capital Project Mgmt Clean Water Program TOTALS

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

325,338 137,741 509,696 475,495 483,948 637,952 276,991 358,928 3,206,089 26,972,637

24,670,879

312,780 768,328 420,840 1,957,361 1,446,398 676,780 678,729 6,261,215

221,682 1,039,052 345,038 627,550 616,838 2,850,160

291,591 118,971 409,413 533,798 423,226 579,757 219,108 339,530 2,915,393

249,410 676,056 292,761 1,647,306 1,383,015 463,033 446,641 5,158,222

203,549 1,041,039 197,277 577,281 400,161 2,419,307

Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

29,274,180

325,338 137,741 509,696 475,495 483,948 637,952 276,991 358,928 3,206,089

313,933 850,247 512,266 2,032,404 1,506,088 707,349 728,159 6,650,446

221,682 1,258,255 411,871 627,550 902,832 3,422,190

Amended Budget FY 2014

334,271 149,836 518,349 483,004 524,337 662,493 288,555 373,837 3,334,683 28,132,284

28,341,981

317,969 721,355 416,780 2,021,878 1,564,731 597,774 699,868 6,340,355

229,138 1,247,341 462,518 654,839 614,399 3,208,235

Adopted Budget FY 2015

325,338 137,741 509,696 475,495 483,948 637,952 276,991 358,928 3,206,089

313,847 814,697 419,280 2,035,639 1,487,909 583,302 689,259 6,343,932

221,859 1,253,625 375,187 627,550 782,479 3,260,700

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

-3.9

2.7 8.8 1.7 1.6 8.3 3.8 4.2 4.2 4.0

1.3 -15.2 -18.6 -0.5 3.9 -15.5 -3.9 -4.7

3.4 -0.9 12.3 4.3 -31.9 -6.3

% Change From Amended FY 2014

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Temporary Salaries 25,000 182,000 67,750 63,000 120,000 576,852 1,034,602

Employee Expenses 2,153,655 281,805 1,915,331 2,346,635 2,307,637 1,389,427 10,394,490

GENERAL GOVERNMENT POLICE SERVICES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/IT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES MAINTENANCE SERVICES RECREATION SERVICES

TOTAL

FISCAL YEAR 2014/2015

OPERATING EXPENSES BY CATEGORY

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591,047

Administration 148,550 54,000 76,820 53,300 91,567 166,811 1,328,903

Materials & Supplies 207,024 91,300 115,123 66,800 554,079 294,577 11,464,531

Contracted Services 303,675 7,768,073 551,275 675,000 1,395,532 770,976

446,325

Equipment 20,510 72,500 112,350 3,500 222,465 15,000

3,495,824 8,688,663 3,064,525 3,208,235 6,340,355 3,334,683

Total

2,872,386 28,132,284

Program Activities 637,410 238,985 225,876 0 1,649,075 121,040

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34,470,857

33,952,779

5,401,336

8,162,043

APPROPRIATIONS FOR CAPITAL

TOTAL OPERATING & CAPITAL

28,551,443

1,354,480 1,354,480

224,326 224,326

26,826,953

1,992,107 1,992,107

163,967 163,967

GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES

Successor Agency TOTALS

SUCCESSOR AGENCY

Asset Replacement TOTALS

ASSET REPLACEMENT

Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

37,904,226

7,013,801

30,890,425

1,354,480 1,354,480

261,764 261,764

Amended Budget FY 2014

36,961,745

7,013,801

29,947,944

1,354,480 1,354,480

251,483 251,483

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

38,071,641

8,150,939

29,920,702

1,358,092 1,358,092

430,326 430,326

Adopted Budget FY 2015

0.4

16.2

-3.1

0.3 0.3

64.4 64.4

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Program Expenditures

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General Fund Peg Fee P S SLESF P S Abandoned Vehicle Abate P S Asset Seizure Building & Planning Engineering Child Care Impact Fee Gas Tax Measure J Clean Water L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone C L L A D - Zone D Technology Fund Donations/Contributions Asset Replacement - General Asset Replacement - Lib/CC Civic Facilities Park Facilities Capital Improvement Park Dedication Impact Fee CTIP RTIP Tassajara Area Transportation Old Town Parking In Lieu NERIAD Assessment District

17,720,063 432 101,167 255 38 1,732,982 90,730 236 1,063,072 182,748 401,773 726,678 684,185 464,175 1,172,084 38,405 158,177 132,983 1,167 3,487 5,710 137,880 1,932 831 384 0 553 1,395

APPROPRIATIONS BY FUND (OPERATING)

Actual FY 2013

18,879,319 547 100,047 237 30 1,785,868 225,309 223 1,328,458 217,512 618,326 626,918 820,822 677,775 1,382,496 0 150,785 193,873 1,177 5,369 5,322 160,578 1,911 762 348 303 478 1,094

Adopted Budget FY 2014

19,907,489 10,347 103,347 237 30 2,108,297 291,993 223 1,467,402 217,512 904,320 626,918 880,512 708,344 1,448,109 199,095 150,785 322,566 1,177 5,369 5,322 160,578 1,911 762 348 303 478 1,094

Amended Budget FY 2014

19,410,374 5,463 100,047 237 30 2,084,016 255,309 223 1,366,547 211,862 783,967 629,110 860,140 584,297 1,447,858 190,295 153,285 321,069 1,177 5,369 5,322 160,578 1,911 762 348 303 478 1,094

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

19,706,708 558 100,048 66,242 31 2,130,647 337,853 227 1,207,551 227,906 615,917 848,779 745,320 598,789 1,420,919 0 150,800 225,944 1,201 5,476 5,428 148,053 1,949 857 309 303 563 1,515

Adopted Budget FY 2015

-1.0 -94.6 -3.2 7850.1 2.0 1.1 15.7 2.0 -17.7 4.8 -31.9 35.4 -15.4 -15.5 -1.9 -100.0 0.0 -30.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 -7.8 2.0 12.4 -11.3 0.0 17.8 38.5

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Program Expenditures

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TOTALS

Misc Development Fees SVAD Benefit District Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Res Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Com SCC Regional SCC Sub Regional Dougherty Valley Fee Successor Agency RPTTF

175 41 93 93 8,267 2,245 104 1,992,411 28,551,443

163 38 81 92 8,363 1,758 582 1,354,480

Actual FY 2013

26,826,953

Adopted Budget FY 2014

30,890,425

163 38 81 92 8,363 1,758 582 1,354,480

Amended Budget FY 2014

29,920,702

250 44 92 94 8,363 2,400 459 1,359,108

175 38 81 92 8,363 2,300 400 1,355,026 29,947,944

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

-3.1

53.4 15.8 13.6 2.2 0.0 36.5 -21.1 0.3

% Change From Amended FY 2014

Summary of Program Expenditures

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Personnel Allocation by Service Program PERSONNEL ALLOCATION BY SERVICE PROGRAM

*

RECOMMENDED STAFFING CHANGES:

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Personnel Allocation Detail Service Program

Position

Total Personnel

GENERAL GOVERNMENT City Clerk City Clerk

1.00

Town Manager Assistant to the Town Manager Administrative Secretary Public Information Coordinator

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

City Attorney

1.00

Finance Director/Treasurer Accounting Manager Accountant Accounting Technician Account Clerk II Administrative Secretary Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 0.25

Human Resources Manager Human Resources Technician

1.00 1.00

Town Manager

City Attorney Finance

Human Resources

General Government Total

13.75

POLICE SERVICES PD Management Chief of Police Administrative Lieutenant Community Services Coordinator Community Services Officer Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 2.50

Sergeant Officer

4.00 16.00

Sergeant Officer Temporary

1.00 3.00 1.50

Patrol

Traffic

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Position

Total Personnel

Sergeant Investigator Temporary

1.00 1.00 0.50

School Resource Officer School Program Coordinator

2.00 0.75

Emergency Preparedness Manager

0.75

Investigation

School Resource Program

Disaster Preparedness

Police Services Total

38.50

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Management Community Development Director Administrative Secretary

1.00 0.50

Information Technology Manager Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Technician Temporary

1.00 2.00 1.00 0.50

Chief of Planning Principal Planner Associate Planner Assistant Planner/Code Enforcement Administrative Secretary Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

Traffic Engineer Traffic Engineering Associate Transportation Program Analyst Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00 0.25

Economic Development Manager

0.75

Economic Development Manager

0.25

Information Technology

Planning

Transportation

Economic Development Town-wide Special Events

Community Development / I.T. Total

25

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Personnel Allocation Detail Service Program

Position

Total Personnel

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Management Development Services Director

1.00

Chief Building Official Plans Examiner Senior Building Inspector Building Inspector Development Coordinator Development Services Technician Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 0.50

Senior Civil Engineer Civil Engineering Assistant Public Works Inspector Administrative Secretary

0.25 0.25 2.25 1.00

Senior Civil Engineer Landscape Architect Public Works Inspector Civil Engineering Assistant Associate Civil Engineer Junior Civil Engineer

0.75 1.00 0.75 0.75 1.00 1.00

Clean Water Program Coordinator Maintenance Worker Temporary

0.50 1 1.00

Building

Engineering

CIP Management

Clean Water Program

Development Services Total

21.00

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Personnel Allocation Detail Service Program

Position

Total Personnel

MAINTENANCE SERVICES Management Maintenance Services Director Administrative Secretary

1.00 1.00

Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker Temporary

1.00 1.00 1.00

Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker Temporary

1.00 3.00 4.00 1.50

Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker Temporary

2.00 1.00 3.00 0.50

Maintenance Worker

1.00

Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker

1.00 1.00 3.00

Buildings

Parks

Roadsides

Street Lighting Streets

Maintenance Services Total

27.00

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Personnel Allocation Detail Service Program

Position

Total Personnel

RECREATION SERVICES Recreation Management Recreation Services Manager Temporary

1.00 0.75

Program Coordinator Temporary

1.00 0.50

Program Supervisor Program Coordinator Administrative Secretary Temporary

0.50 1.00 1.00 1.25

Program Supervisor Program Coordinator Temporary

0.50 2.00 0.75

Program Supervisor Administrative Secretary Facility Attendant Temporary

1.00 1.00 2.00 2.75

Program Supervisor Program Coordinator Temporary

1.00 1.00 8.00

Program Coordinator Temporary

1.25 4.50

Program Coordinator Temporary

1.00 4.00

Adults

Seniors

Cultural Arts

Facilities Management

Sports and Fitness

Teens

Youth

Recreation Services Total

37.75

PERSONNEL TOTAL

154.25

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General Government


GENERAL GOVERNMENT

General Government

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Amended Budget FY 2014

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Town Council

$

132,184

$

159,950

$

182,083

$

170,979 $

157,945

City Clerk

$

222,001

$

227,906

$

232,949

$

227,906 $

256,072

Town Manager

$

623,519

$

699,827

$

770,859

$

746,827 $

706,264

City Attorney

$

363,604

$

339,890

$

397,807

$

426,064 $

371,014

Risk Management

$

345,591

$

365,700

$

365,700

$

352,116 $

381,100

Finance

$

806,693

$

888,060

$

1,075,592

$

1,071,782 $

913,973

Human Resources

$

310,978

$

412,943

$

473,355

$

431,208 $

426,940

General Supplies

$

1,121,716

$

76,206

$

84,334

$

76,206 $

76,206

Expanded Library Hours

$

160,283

$

198,113

$

237,469

$

198,113 $

206,310

TOTALS:

$

4,086,570

$

3,368,595

$

3,820,149 $

3,701,201 $ 3,495,824

General Fund Various Funds

$ $

4,018,869 67,701

$ $

3,304,781 63,814

$ $

3,646,480 173,669

$ $

3,527,136 $ 174,065 $

3,428,813 67,011

TOTALS:

$

4,086,570

$

3,368,595

$

3,820,149

$

3,701,201 $

3,495,824

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

29

FTE 13.50 0.25

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Town Council

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town Council is elected by the citizens of Danville to set policy in all areas of municipal affairs. The Town Council also serves as the Successor Agency to the former Community Development Agency, the Danville Financing Authority and the Danville Disaster Council. The Town Council annually reviews and formulates goals and priorities for the Town government; annually adopts a balanced budget that identifies municipal services to be provided based upon established priorities and fiscal capabilities, and a Five-year Capital Improvement program that prioritizes capital needs and spending. The Town Council appoints commission, committee and board members, who advise the Council in various areas. Council members represent Danville in multiple capacities through participation in local, regional and state organizations, including: League of California Cities, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Association of Bay Area Governments, Contra Costa Mayors’ Conference, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, County Connection, Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority, Tri-Valley Council, Tri-Valley Transportation Council, i-GATE, Visit Tri-Valley, East Bay Economic Development Alliance, East Bay Regional Communications System Authority and the San Ramon Valley Citizen Corps Council. The Town Council works with other Tri-Valley cities to support federal legislative advocacy efforts that benefit transportation, economic development, emergency preparedness and other goals established by the cities.

GOALS         

Promote open government and encourage civic involvement. Prudently utilize taxpayer funds and all fiscal resources. Provide for a high level of public safety and disaster preparedness. Provide for a high level of community maintenance. Uphold high planning and building safety standards that preserve community character. Promote economic development and enhance the vitality of downtown Danville. Offer recreation and enrichment programs for all segments of the community. Represent the Town’s best interests by exercising leadership at the regional, state and federal level. Maintain effective partnerships with other government agencies and service providers.

HIGHLIGHTS Danville is scheduled to host the Tri-Valley Council meeting in September 2014 and the Contra Costa Mayors’ Conference in June 2015. Danville complies fully with all State and Federal laws that address how compensation may be set for the Town Council. Employee Expenses include monthly Council member costs including: $675 salary, $208 health care reimbursement, $25 deferred compensation and $64 workers’ compensation, unemployment and FICA. Administration includes $34,362 dues/memberships, and $22,615 hosted meeting/conference expenses. Materials and Supplies include $6,381 for community awards, $5,000 Mayor’s discretionary fund, $5,967 Townhosted activities, proclamation supplies, and miscellaneous supplies. Contracted Services include $25,000 for federal advocacy services and $1,890 for televising of the annual Community Awards event.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $

49,007 48,974 10,808 22,158 1,236

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Donations/Contributions TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $

58,335 57,264 17,462 26,890 0

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $

58,335 62,557 18,649 42,542 0

$ $ $ $ $

65,835 59,006 19,248 26,890 0

$ $ $ $ $

56,730 56,977 17,348 26,890 0

132,184 $

159,950 $

182,083

$

170,979

$

157,945

$ $

131,584 600

$ $

159,450 500

$ 181,583 $ 500

$ $

170,479 500

$ $

157,445 500

$

132,184

$

159,950

$ 182,083

$

170,979

$

157,945

FUNDING

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City Clerk

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The City Clerk serves as the Town’s election official and records manager, prepares Town Council agendas and maintains all legislative history, ensures that required legal notices are appropriately published, maintains the Municipal Code and performs other statutory duties as required. The City Clerk’s Office assists other departments by overseeing maintenance of Town contracts and surety bonds and conducting the public bidding process.

GOALS  Comply with all federal and state laws required of the City Clerk including the California Government Code, California Election Law, FPPC, Ralph M. Brown Act and Public Records Act.  Maintain the legislative history of the Town Council, Danville Financing Authority, Danville Disaster Council and the Oversight Board for the Successor Agency to the former Danville Community Development Agency.  Provide and maintain public access to information and respond to requests for public records.  Serve as the Town’s election official; conduct biennial Town Council elections and special elections as necessary.  Maintain the Town’s Municipal Code and perform quarterly Code updates.  Maintain an accurate and complete Records Management Program.  Conduct biannual recruitments for Town commissions, boards and committees.

HIGHLIGHTS Town Council agendas and records of all Town Council and commission meetings are available online. The City Clerk coordinates the annual Mayor’s Installation and Community Service Awards; the annual Council and Commissions workshop; Town-hosted Tri-Valley Council meeting and Contra Costa County Mayors’ Conference. Materials and Supplies include $17,800 for software licensing and maintenance for document storage (Laserfiche) and video-recording the Town Council meetings for streaming on the Town’s website (Granicus); and $12,435 for reference materials, printing and postage. Contracted Services include $38,000 to conduct the municipal election to be held for two seats on the Danville Town Council in November 2014; and $13,086 for records storage and support services.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services

$ $ $ $ $

142,215 0 6,408 25,677 47,701

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $

155,627 5,000 12,905 30,288 24,086

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $

155,627 5,000 14,674 30,288 27,361

$ $ $ $ $

155,627 5,000 12,905 30,288 24,086

$ $ $ $ $

161,907 0 12,844 30,235 51,086

222,001 $

227,906 $

232,949

$

227,906

$

256,072

$

222,001

$

227,906

$ 232,949

$

227,906

$

256,072

$

222,001

$

227,906

$ 232,949

$

227,906

$

256,072

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT City Clerk TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

33

FTE 1.00 1.00

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Town Manager

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town Manager is appointed by the Town Council to serve as the Town’s chief administrator, Executive Director of the Danville Financing Authority and Director of Emergency Services. The Town Manager provides overall administration and direction for all areas of the Town organization and ensures that all goals established by the Town Council are met.

GOALS  Assist the Town Council in establishing annual and long-term goals that support and enhance the community vision.  Ensure the provision of effective, high quality public services to Town residents and customers.  Carefully manage Town finances to balance the need to deliver service in areas of highest priority, while ensuring long-term fiscal sustainability.  Create and maintain a workplace characterized by leadership, innovation, enthusiasm and high standards of accomplishment.  Prepare and disseminate accurate and timely information on Town activities, programs and services to residents and customers.  Create opportunities for citizen involvement and engagement through the Town’s website, outreach activities and special events.  Provide and maintain an efficient and coordinated Disaster Preparedness Program.

HIGHLIGHTS The Town Manager supports the Town Council by presenting information and recommendations that facilitate informed policy making; facilitates communication among the Town Council, commissioners, Town staff and the community; and coordinates Town working relationships with external agencies and organizations. The Town Manager serves as a Board Member on the East Bay Regional Communications System JPA, Bay Area Regional Interoperable Communications System JPA and the Oversight Board for the Successor Agency to the former Community Development Agency. The Town Manager’s Office includes the Town’s public information and outreach program, which strives to promote government transparency, communication and interaction with the community. Contracted Services include $5,200 to fund expanded hours for the Visitor Information Center at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley in Downtown Danville. 34

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

572,741 0 5,483 1,264 16,224 27,808

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

686,870 5,000 6,657 1,300 0 0

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

712,369 5,000 6,657 1,300 801 44,732

$ $ $ $ $ $

686,870 2,000 6,657 1,300 6,000 44,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

690,347 0 7,317 3,400 5,200 0

623,519 $

699,827 $

770,859

$

746,827

$

706,264

$

623,519

$

699,827

$ 770,859

$

746,827

$

706,264

$

623,519

$

699,827

$ 770,859

$

746,827

$

706,264

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Town Manager Assistant to the Town Manager Public Information Coordinator Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

35

FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00

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City Attorney

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The City Attorney is appointed by the Town Council and serves as the principal legal advisor to the Town, including the Town Council, advisory boards and commissions, Town staff and the Danville Financing Authority. The City Attorney also serves as the Town’s Risk Manager and supervises the Town’s Human Resources Manager. The City Attorney keeps Town officials aware of changes in the law, providing legal analysis at the earliest stage of policy development and working to develop a range of alternatives to achieve the desired policy goals.

GOALS

 Advise the Town Council, Commissions and staff on a broad range of legal issues including land use, public safety, personnel, code enforcement, public records, ethics and the Ralph M. Brown Act.  Provide alternatives that assist in achieving desired policy goals in a timely, cost-effective and legally sound manner.  Minimize the Town’s exposure to litigation and associated costs.  Draft and review all Town ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases and other legal documents.  Provide training and updates to Town Council, commissions and staff regarding legal issues, ethics and employment law; and track changes or updates in state and federal laws impacting the Town.  Work with the Town Council, commissions and staff to ensure full compliance with public record and meeting requirements, conflict of interest laws and due process requirements.  Manage litigation involving the Town.  Manage other dispute resolution processes when necessary.

HIGHLIGHTS The City Attorney serves on the Board of Directors for the Municipal Pooling Authority, a risk management and insurance pool for cities in Contra Costa County. The City Attorney continues to work with the Town’s Oversight Board in the dissolution of the Town’s former Community Development Agency, including managing litigation against the State of California asserting the enforceability of the Cooperation/Loan Agreement between the former CDA and the Town, and disposition of former CDA assets. The City Attorney will also manage litigation to acquire necessary right of way to allow completion of roadway improvements on San Ramon Valley Boulevard. The City Attorney will continue to provide required training to the Town's elected and appointed officials and employees. Program Activities include $50,000 for outside counsel to provide legal assistance related to property acquisition, specialized defense and litigation.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $

286,275 0 752 3,750 0 72,826

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

318,730 5,000 1,460 4,700 0 10,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

318,730 5,000 1,460 6,443 0 66,174

$ $ $ $ $ $

318,730 5,000 1,460 4,700 30,000 66,174

$ $ $ $ $ $

314,854 0 1,460 4,700 0 50,000

363,604 $

339,890 $

397,807

$

426,064

$

371,014

$

363,604

$

339,890

$ 397,807

$

426,064

$

371,014

$

363,604

$

339,890

$ 397,807

$

426,064

$

371,014

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT City Attorney TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

37

FTE 1.00 1.00

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Risk Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town’s Risk Management Program seeks to anticipate and control risk through use of loss prevention strategies and established risk management principles and procedures. The Town is a member of the Municipal Pooling Authority (MPA), a JPA including 17 of the 19 cities in Contra Costa County and the Cities of Manteca and Pacifica. The City Attorney serves as the Town’s Risk Manager and serves on the Board of Directors for the MPA. Through the MPA, the Town participates in pooled insurance for general liability, vehicle damage and workers’ compensation. These programs mix self-insurance with commercial excess insurance in the most cost-effective manner. The Town also purchases property insurance for all Town facilities and earthquake coverage for critical Town facilities. Examples of efforts aimed at avoiding major risk exposures include sidewalk and playground inspection programs and working with property owners to clean out creeks and drainage facilities to avoid flooding of private property.

GOALS  Proactively reduce the Town’s exposure to potential liability and provide adequate insurance and/or risk transference for liabilities that do arise.  Work with the MPA to identify the major risk exposures facing the Town and work to address those risks.  Review all contracts to ensure appropriate insurance and indemnification is provided to protect the Town.  Work closely with claims adjusters at the MPA to quickly evaluate and handle all liability claims received by the Town.  Assist Human Resources in working with employees to provide appropriate training and safety equipment to ensure a safe work environment and reduce employee injuries and workers’ compensation claims.

HIGHLIGHTS Premiums for property and earthquake coverage are anticipated to increase in 2014/15 as the insurance markets continue to increase charges for these risks. Liability premiums are also anticipated to increase slightly due to pooled losses and reduced investment income for the pool. Program Activities include $220,000 for liability insurance premiums, $30,000 for ERMA, $7,500 for vehicles, $28,000 for property, $75,000 for earthquake (including Veterans Memorial Building, Library and two Community Centers), and $600 for an employee bond; $20,000 is reserved for claims settlement. 38

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RISK MANAGEMENT

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Program Activities

$

345,591 $

365,700 $

365,700

$

352,116

$

381,100

TOTALS:

$

345,591 $

365,700 $

365,700

$

352,116

$

381,100

General Fund

$

345,591

$

365,700

$ 365,700

$

352,116

$

381,100

TOTALS:

$

345,591

$

365,700

$ 365,700

$

352,116

$

381,100

FUNDING

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Finance

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Finance is responsible for safekeeping, management and accounting of the Town’s financial assets. Finance prepares revenue forecasts and tracks receipt of all sources of Town funding; provides financial information to the Town Council and Town departments; administers assessment districts and outstanding debt; and invests Town funds. Finance works with Town staff on implementation of effective, efficient and accurate budgeting and accounting procedures. Internal controls are used to assure the authorized expenditure of Town funds and tracking of capital assets. The Finance Director acts as the Town Treasurer. The Treasury function involves coordination with the Town’s independent investment advisor to ensure that funds are invested according to the Town’s investment policy, which emphasizes the safety of principal, while providing needed liquidity and reasonable yield. The Town’s investment policy is reviewed annually to assure continued compliance with all applicable laws.

GOALS     

   

Ensure accurate receipt, recording and tracking of all Town and Successor Agency revenues. Work with the Town Manager’s Office to prepare the annual operating budget. Prepare the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (audit) upon the close of the fiscal year. Prepare six additional year end audits and reports. File debt disclosure statements for Successor Agency and Assessment District debt with Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) and/or California Debt and Investment Advisory Council (CDIAC). Insure compliance with the Town’s adopted investment policy and provide accurate and timely reporting of all investment transactions. Administer the accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll and business license functions. Continue implementation of, and upgrades to, the MUNIS enterprise-wide accounting system. Administer Town, Successor Agency and Assessment District debt.

HIGHLIGHTS The Town has been recognized for 12 consecutive years for its outstanding financial reporting in the CAFR. Materials and Supplies include $49,453 for enterprise-wide accounting and software maintenance, and $5,372 for reference materials and printing costs for the annual budget and CAFRs. Contracted Services include $118,662 for independent investment management services and banking fees, $45,453 for auditing services, and $8,859 for software disaster and recovery services. 40

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FINANCE

EXPENDITURES Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

570,933 4,089 6,250 45,353 180,069 0

$ $ $ $ $ $

TOTALS:

$

806,693 $

General Fund Various Funds

$ $

739,592 67,101

TOTALS:

$

806,693

636,447 6,000 11,257 50,742 182,614 1,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

636,447 16,911 11,257 51,072 358,714 1,192

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

636,447 16,911 8,195 50,741 358,488 1,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

665,793 10,000 9,752 54,835 172,583 1,010

888,060 $ 1,075,592

$ 1,071,782

$

913,973

$ $

824,746 63,314

$ 902,424 $ 173,169

$ $

898,218 173,565

$ $

847,463 66,511

$

888,060

$1,075,592

$ 1,071,782

$

913,973

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Finance Director/Treasurer Accounting Manager Accounting Analyst Accounting Technician Account Clerk II Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 5.50 0.25

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Human Resources

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Human Resources is responsible for maintaining a workplace that is perceived as fair, equitable, and consistent with the Town’s Personnel Policies and employment law. HR oversees the Town’s employment process including recruitment, employee development and training, benefit administration and safety. The Town’s workforce includes: 90.75 regular, and 30 contract employees, augmented by an additional 150 temporary, part-time employees equating to an additional 33.5 total full time equivalents. The Town continuously implements and assesses safety programs, conducts site inspections, provides record keeping and ongoing employee training and certifications. Employees are provided training in leadership, communication, and presentation and computer skills. The Human Resources Manager acts as liaison to the Employee Leadership Committee which represents Town employees in dealing with workforce issues, safety and wellness, training and leadership.

GOALS  Recruit, train and retain an exceptional workforce.  Administer and coordinate employee training opportunities to enhance job performance and increase technical skills.  Ensure compliance with applicable laws that regulate the workplace, including Family Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disability Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Cal/OSHA, Workers’ Compensation and the Affordable Care Act.  Work with the Municipal Pooling Authority to promote and maintain workplace safety.  Offer a variety of programs and events to promote employee wellness and reduce Workers Compensation and disability costs.  Coordinate the Town’s employee performance appraisal process.  Assist the Finance Division with payroll/benefits administration.  Strive to control employee benefit costs.

HIGHLIGHTS Administration includes $3,000 for advertising, $13,000 for employee recruitment and recognition, and $44,000 for conference registration and attendance. Materials and Supplies include $10,500 for supplies and reference materials, and $18,500 for claims prevention and ergonomic equipment. Contracted Services include $32,716 for in-house training costs and consultants, and $15,200 for safety consultants for OSHA compliant services and claims prevention. The Town designates two employees annually to participate in the Leadership San Ramon Valley Program.

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HUMAN RESOURCES

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

230,600 0 36,288 18,644 21,601 3,844

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

251,452 15,000 55,200 27,000 54,716 9,575

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

251,452 18,000 86,161 30,400 76,946 10,396

$ $ $ $ $ $

251,452 15,000 61,918 30,800 60,716 11,322

$ $ $ $ $ $

264,024 15,000 60,200 29,000 47,916 10,800

310,978 $

412,943 $

473,355

$

431,208

$

426,940

$

310,978

$

412,943

$ 473,355

$

431,208

$

426,940

$

310,978

$

412,943

$ 473,355

$

431,208

$

426,940

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Human Resources Manager Human Resources Technician TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

43

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00

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General Supplies

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town centralizes the purchase of standard General Supplies that are required to support all areas of Town service delivery. This includes purchasing, inventory control, product research and stocking adequate levels of general office supplies required to support all Town programs and operations at the Town Offices and five remote locations, metered mail and mail distribution costs. Additional unique or site specific supplies are purchased on a program by program basis.

GOALS     

Support Town operations at all locations that house Town programs and staff. Procure all standard supplies in the most cost-effective and efficient manner possible. Utilize Danville supply vendors whenever possible. Ensure that procurement complies with the Town’s environmental purchasing policies. Monitor usage of all supplies to control costs.

HIGHLIGHTS

Materials and Supplies include $34,000 to purchase standard general office supplies, $28,600 for metered postage costs associated with all regular Town mail and $4,906 for Town-wide printing needs including stationery and business cards. Equipment includes $8,700 for postage and folding machines.

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GENERAL SUPPLIES

EXPENDITURES Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Materials & Supplies Equipment Other

$ 54,415 $ $ 11,102 $ $ 1,056,199 $

67,506 $ 8,700 $ 0 $

75,559 8,775 0

$ $ $

67,506 8,700 0

$ $ $

67,506 8,700 0

TOTALS:

$ 1,121,716 $

76,206 $

84,334

$

76,206

$

76,206

General Fund

$ 1,121,716

$

76,206

$

84,334

$

76,206

$

76,206

TOTALS:

$ 1,121,716

$

76,206

$

84,334

$

76,206

$

76,206

FUNDING

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Library

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Delivery of outstanding library service is a high priority to meet the needs of the Danville community. The Danville Library was built by the Town and opened in August 1996, and operates as one of 26 branches in the Contra Costa County Library system. The Danville Library also benefits from outstanding community support provided by the Friends of the Danville Library and the Danville Library Foundation. A portion of the property taxes paid by all property owners is allocated to fund the countywide library system. This dedicated funding allows all branch libraries to operate and be open to the public 35 hours per week. In order to maintain the highest possible level of service for Danville residents, the Town augments this dedicated library funding in two ways: by funding all building maintenance, capital replacement and technology costs associated with operation of the Danville Library; and by appropriating General Fund revenues to expand operating and service delivery hours by an additional 25 hours per week. As a result, the Danville Library is open for service Monday through Sunday, 60 hours per week. This is the maximum number of hours provided through any of the branch libraries in Contra Costa County.

GOALS  Provide a growing collection of lending materials and technological resources.  Provide varied educational, social and community programs, activities and services.  Provide computers with high-speed internet connections through the Town’s Library Technology Fund.  Sponsor monthly programs of community interest through the Friends of the Library and in cooperation with Recreation Services.

HIGHLIGHTS The Danville branch has one of the largest circulation numbers of all branch libraries in the Contra Costa County Library system totaling 363,221 items; and receiving over 280,000 visits annually. Town expenditures of $206,038 funds an additional 25 hours of library services per week, for a total of 60 hours of service per week. Additional opportunities to co-host unique literary arts events with the Danville Library and Friends of the Danville Library will continue in 2014/15. 46

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EXPANDED LIBRARY HOURS

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Program Activities

$

160,283 $

198,113 $

237,469

$

198,113

$

206,310

TOTALS:

$

160,283 $

198,113 $

237,469

$

198,113

$

206,310

General Fund

$

160,283

$

198,113

$ 237,469

$

198,113

$

206,310

TOTALS:

$

160,283

$

198,113

$ 237,469

$

198,113

$

206,310

FUNDING

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Police Services

Police Services


Police Services

POLICE SERVICES

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Police Mgmt/ Community Svcs

$

1,056,856

$

1,343,727

$

1,404,562

$

1,256,578 $ 1,287,824

Patrol

$

4,006,010

$

4,595,172

$

4,659,022

$

4,640,261 $ 4,827,127

Traffic

$

774,209

$

957,393

$

979,244

$

977,393 $ 1,022,874

Investigation

$

714,964

$

664,726

$

664,726

$

664,726 $

693,195

School Resource Program

$

439,944

$

500,700

$

501,518

$

500,700 $

533,907

Disaster Preparedness

$

94,802

$

91,329

$

91,524

$

91,329 $

96,893

Animal Control

$

224,162

$

225,410

$

225,410

$

225,410 $

226,843

TOTALS:

$

7,310,947

$

8,378,457

$

8,526,006 $

8,356,397 $ 8,688,663

Donations/Contributions General Fund P S SLESF

$ $ $

153,287 7,056,526 101,134

$ $ $

150,000 8,128,457 100,000

$ $ $

150,000 8,272,705 103,300

$ $ $

150,000 $ 8,106,397 $ 100,000 $

150,000 8,438,663 100,000

TOTALS:

$

7,310,947

$

8,378,457

$

8,526,006

$

8,356,397 $

8,688,663

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT

FTE 30.00

PERMANENT

4.00

TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

4.50

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PD Management/Community Services

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Police Department works in partnership with the community to protect people and property, and enhance the quality of life in Danville. Police protection is delivered through a combination of contract services provided through the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office and Town personnel and resources. The Police Department maintains partnerships with the Sheriff’s Office, and local, state and federal agencies including the City of San Ramon, San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District and San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Police services are augmented through the service of 9 Reserve Officers, and trained Volunteers. Police staffing ratios (0.7 officers per 1,000 population) and per capita costs ($196) are significantly less than the averages for law enforcement agencies in Contra Costa County (1.13 officers per 1,000 population and $310 per capita).

GOALS  Provide community-oriented police services responsive to the needs of Town citizens and businesses.  Recruit and maintain a highly skilled and trained team of sworn police personnel.  Effectively manage police resources and personnel to meet all community, regional, state and federal requirements.  Monitor all department goals and objectives to ensure that they are met.  Coordinate community outreach efforts including participation in neighborhood and business crime prevention meetings, citizen’s academy and special events.  Maintain a well-trained and dedicated team of Police Reserves and Volunteers.  Organize and manage the Town’s Disaster Preparedness Program.

HIGHLIGHTS Through the efforts of the Police Department, working with the community, total property related crimes have declined for six straight years (based upon Uniform Crime Reporting data provided to the FBI). Temporary Salaries include part-time staffing to assist with crime prevention, fleet maintenance and front counter coverage. Administration includes $22,500 for dues, training and Live Scan fingerprinting. Contracted Services include $576,355 for personnel; $270,000 for dispatch and communications. Materials and Supplies include $45,000 for advance officer training, records management, misdemeanor complaints, subpoena and support services, and $11,500 for technology upgrades, printing and uniforms. Equipment includes $25,000 for EBRCSA subscriber fees and $10,000 for technology upgrades. Program Activities include $56,100 liability insurance ($1,870 per sworn officer) and $22,500 in cellular communication services

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POLICE MGMT/COM SVCS

EXPENDITURES

91,931 76,360 11,670 9,307 804,434 2,914 60,240

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

231,997 80,000 28,500 57,500 830,230 35,000 80,500

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

231,997 80,000 41,100 60,727 830,230 70,785 89,722

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

145,148 80,000 27,200 58,500 830,230 35,000 80,500

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

148,869 100,000 22,500 56,500 846,355 35,000 78,600

TOTALS:

$ 1,056,856 $ 1,343,727 $ 1,404,562

$ 1,256,578

$ 1,287,824

General Fund

$ 1,056,856

$ 1,343,727

$1,404,562

$ 1,256,578

$ 1,287,824

TOTALS:

$ 1,056,856

$ 1,343,727

$1,404,562

$ 1,256,578

$ 1,287,824

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT Chief of Police Administrative Lieutenant

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00

TOTAL CONTRACT FTE: PERMANENT Community Services Coordinator Community Services Officer TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.50 2.50 2.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Patrol

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Patrol provides a pro-active and highly visible law enforcement presence, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Danville is divided into three geographic “beats” to provide patrol coverage throughout the 18.1 square mile Town. Patrol Officers respond to emergencies and protect life and property. Emphasis is placed on providing effective and timely law enforcement services while maintaining positive and proactive customer contacts. Patrol Division includes the Police Reserve, Volunteers in Police, and Canine programs. Patrol responds to violations of law, calls for service, traffic accidents and emergencies. Patrol operates with a minimum staffing level of three officers per shift and strives to respond to Priority I details within 5 minutes and Priority II details within 15 minutes. Patrol staff is supplemented by 9 trained Police Reserves, who contribute an average of 3,000 hours of service annually, and 22 citizen Volunteers in Police (VIPs), who contribute an average of 5,000 hours of service annually.

GOALS  Provide a safe and secure environment for all Town residents and businesses.  Provide rapid and timely response to all emergencies.  Conduct pro-active patrol activities that maintain a highly visible police presence and identify threats to life and property.  Augment patrol activities through the use of Police Reserves, Volunteers in Police, bicycle patrols and walking beats.  Assist the Investigations Unit on criminal cases and prosecution with the District Attorney’s Office.

HIGHLIGHTS Administration includes $15,000 to fund the Reserve and Canine Programs which provide critical support to patrol operations. The Town is scheduled to transition to a new canine and canine officer in 2014/15. Contracted Services include $4,514,627 for sworn personnel and $27,500 in funding to support the school crossing guard program operated and managed by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Equipment costs of $25,000 fund the Automated Regional Information Exchange System (ARIES), a computer interface that allows member agencies of the criminal justice system to exchange and analyze data via secured interface.

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PATROL

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ 2,172 $ 0 $ 0 $ 23,418 $ 0 $ 0 $ 40,446 $ 15,000 $ 16,182 $ 18,492 $ 16,000 $ 22,286 $ 3,871,415 $ 4,539,172 $ 4,550,563 $ 50,068 $ 25,000 $ 69,990

$ 0 $ 30,000 $ 17,180 $ 18,000 $ 4,498,172 $ 76,909

$ 0 $ 0 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 4,772,127 $ 25,000

TOTALS:

$ 4,006,010 $ 4,595,172 $ 4,659,022

$ 4,640,261

$ 4,827,127

General Fund P S SLESF Donations/Contributions

$ 4,003,876 $ 1,134 $ 1,000

$ 4,595,172 $ 0 $ 0

$4,655,722 $ 3,300 $ 0

$ 4,640,261 $ 0 $ 0

$ 4,827,127 $ 0 $ 0

TOTALS:

$ 4,006,010

$ 4,595,172

$4,659,022

$ 4,640,261

$ 4,827,127

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT Sergeant Patrol Officer TOTAL CONTRACT FTE:

53

FTE 4.00 16.00 20.00

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Traffic

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Traffic addresses traffic issues, provides for orderly and safe traffic flow, investigates traffic accidents and develops strategies to reduce traffic accidents, traffic related deaths and injuries, and property damage. The Unit also provides parking enforcement and vehicle abatement services. The Abandoned Vehicle Program provides funding to assist in the overall operation of removing abandoned vehicles.

GOALS  Undertake enforcement efforts that promote driver education and enhance safety for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians.  Utilize motorcycle officers to emphasize enforcement of red light violations, traffic safety in school zones and speed enforcement on arterial roadways.  Emphasize DUI enforcement and education, including involvement at local high schools, the “Every 15 Minutes Program,” and other DUI events.  Support the Town’s Street Smarts Program aimed at educating drivers and improving safety.  Undertake Parking Enforcement efforts as necessary to maintain availability of parking in commercial areas while assuring that public safety lanes are kept accessible.  Coordinate with the Town’s Transportation Division to coordinate roadway design, education and enforcement efforts, and improve parking downtown.

HIGHLIGHTS The Traffic Unit works closely with the Transportation and Engineering Divisions to enhance roadway safety and reduce the number of traffic collisions that occur annually. For 2013, the number of reported traffic collisions reached its lowest point in over ten years. Temporary Salaries include funding for three part-time, temporary Parking Enforcement Officers whose efforts are focused within commercial districts and enforcement of red zones around school sites.

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TRAFFIC

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,929 30,145 1,785 4,901 731,944 3,505

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

0 60,000 1,500 5,000 885,893 5,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

0 60,000 1,610 6,741 885,893 25,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

0 60,000 1,500 5,000 885,893 25,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

0 60,000 1,500 5,000 951,374 5,000

774,209 $

957,393 $

979,244

$

977,393

$ 1,022,874

$

774,209

$

957,393

$ 979,244

$

977,393

$ 1,022,874

$

774,209

$

957,393

$ 979,244

$

977,393

$ 1,022,874

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT Sergeant Traffic Officer TOTAL CONTRACT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 3.00 4.00 1.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Investigation

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Investigation coordinates and provides timely and comprehensive investigations on all felony and selected misdemeanor crimes, works with the District Attorney’s Office to obtain criminal complaints and bring closure to cases. Investigation also coordinates investigative information with other county, state and federal law enforcement agencies, prepares crime trend reports and assists in planning responses to those trends, and partners with and provides support to other drug enforcement agencies. The Investigative Sergeant supervises two sworn School Resource Officers and one non-sworn School Program Coordinator. The two sworn Officers are deployed to San Ramon Valley and Monte Vista high schools, while the non-sworn Officer is deployed to all elementary and middle schools.

GOALS  Provide follow-up investigations on all felonies and selected misdemeanor crimes, obtain criminal complaints on cases and bring closure to cases including recovery of property.  Maintain a clearance rate of reported crime and recovery of stolen property and vehicles that is 200% of the County-wide and national averages.  Work proactively to prevent and solve crimes by establishing trends and developing suppression and undercover operations to locate criminals and gather intelligence information.  Provide pro-active crime prevention programs for residents and businesses.  Supervise the School Resource Program.  Provide training to develop investigative skills for Patrol Officers.

HIGHLIGHTS Temporary Salaries include funding for one part-time, temporary investigator to assist with investigation and follow up on Part 3 or lower level cases. Program Activities include $85,000 for Crime Lab services to provide for drug, alcohol and toxicology screening, $19,088 for Property Services to provide for secure storage of evidence, $46,297 for Cal ID which provides for fingerprint processing and identification and $10,000 to cover the non-reimbursable portion of Booking Fee costs associated with housing arrestees at the County Detention facility.

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INVESTIGATION

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,004 12,584 528 985 551,656 0 148,207

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Donations/Contributions TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 25,000 3,000 0 466,341 5,000 165,385

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 25,000 3,000 0 466,341 5,000 165,385

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 25,000 3,000 0 466,341 5,000 165,385

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 22,000 3,000 0 502,810 5,000 160,385

714,964 $

664,726 $

664,726

$

664,726

$

693,195

$ $

712,677 2,287

$ $

664,726 0

$ 664,726 $ 0

$ $

664,726 0

$ $

693,195 0

$

714,964

$

664,726

$ 664,726

$

664,726

$

693,195

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT Sergeant Investigator TOTAL CONTRACT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00 0.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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School Resource Program

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The School Resource Program works closely with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District and the community to enhance student safety at public school sites throughout the Town and provides various programs that promote responsible decision making and development of positive and productive life skills. The School Resource Program is supervised by the Investigative Sergeant, who coordinates the efforts of the SRO and SPC in all matters dealing with juveniles. These include education, processing juvenile citations and administering the juvenile diversion program.

GOALS  Provide full-time sworn School Resource Officers (SROs) at San Ramon Valley and Monte Vista High Schools and a non-sworn School Program Coordinator (SPC) who serves all middle and elementary schools.  Offer educational programs and resources to families, parent groups and schools related to positive youth development and appropriate behavior.  Work closely with the Danville Recreation Services staff, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, local service providers and neighboring police agencies to address issues facing today’s youth.  Deal with intervention, when necessary, and specific issues and crimes throughout the community that involve middle and high school-aged youth and their parents.  Administer a juvenile diversion program which allows an alternative when dealing with firsttime offenders.

HIGHLIGHTS The two sworn officers dedicated to this program are funded largely through grants: 50% of the cost associated with the Officer at San Ramon Valley High School is funded through the COPS-SLESF grant, 75% of the cost associated with the Officer at Monte Vista High School is funded through a private grant. The School Program Coordinator is a non-sworn position that works in partnership with local elementary and middle schools during the academic calendar year. An additional 0.25 FTE of this position is allocated to the Recreation Services – Teen Program to assist with summer activities.

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SCHOOL RESOURCE PROGRAM

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services

$ $ $ $

48,967 125 29 390,823

TOTALS:

$

General Fund P S SLESF Donations/Contributions TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

$ $ $ $

52,148 2,000 10,000 436,552

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $

52,148 2,000 10,818 436,552

$ $ $ $

52,148 2,000 10,000 436,552

$ $ $ $

53,543 2,000 9,800 468,564

439,944 $

500,700 $

501,518

$

500,700

$

533,907

$ $ $

189,944 100,000 150,000

$ $ $

250,700 100,000 150,000

$ 251,518 $ 100,000 $ 150,000

$ $ $

250,700 100,000 150,000

$ $ $

283,907 100,000 150,000

$

439,944

$

500,700

$ 501,518

$

500,700

$

533,907

FUNDING

PERSONNEL CONTRACT School Resource Officer

FTE 2.00 2.00

TOTAL CONTRACT FTE: PERMANENT School Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

59

FTE 0.75 0.75

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Disaster Preparedness

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Disaster Preparedness develops and maintains up-to-date disaster response plans and coordinates local efforts to maintain the Town in a state of readiness. The Program reflects the high priority that the Town has placed upon planning for and managing any man-made or natural disasters that may arise and affect the Town. All government employees function in a secondary role as disaster workers in the event of a declared emergency. Over the past eight years, the Town has expended significant effort to ensure that all Town employees receive disaster preparedness training through the California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) and other drills. San Ramon Valley agencies work collaboratively to recruit and train disaster volunteers through several programs. Working together as a community will improve emergency response to potential disasters and allow the Town to assist those who are less fortunate and recover quickly and more safely.

GOALS  Train Town staff to execute the Emergency Operations Plan and administer requirements related to the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).  Work with the community and schools to perform outreach and public education activities related to disaster preparedness.  Coordinate planning and response efforts with the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, City of San Ramon, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, Contra Costa County Office of Emergency Services and the American Red Cross.  Stage annual drills to enhance readiness for disaster workers and volunteers.  Co-sponsor and assist in providing Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training for San Ramon Valley residents.  Work with the Danville Disaster Council and the San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Citizen Corps Council.

HIGHLIGHTS Emphasis for 2014/15 will be focused on maintaining the state of readiness established in the Town. Administration includes supplemental staff training to meet FEMA and State guidelines, the Staff Emergency Notification System and participation in the San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Citizen Corps Council. 60

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DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Equipment

$ $ $ $

80,471 10,924 3,407 0

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $

79,079 2,750 7,000 2,500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $

79,079 2,750 7,195 2,500

$ $ $ $

79,079 2,750 7,000 2,500

$ $ $ $

79,393 10,000 5,000 2,500

94,802 $

91,329 $

91,524

$

91,329

$

96,893

$

94,802

$

91,329

$

91,524

$

91,329

$

96,893

$

94,802

$

91,329

$

91,524

$

91,329

$

96,893

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Emergency Preparedness Manager TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

61

FTE 0.75 0.75

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Animal Control

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town contracts with the Contra Costa County Animal Services Department to provide animal control services within the Town limits. The contract includes responding to dead, injured or stray animals, enforcement of leash laws, investigating animal cruelty complaints, animal licensing, rabies control, lost and found, providing spaying and neutering, a vaccination clinic and citizen requests for services.

GOALS ď ś Provide timely and effective animal control services to the residents of Danville. The caseload for animal control services remains fairly consistent. In 2013, Animal Services responded to 1,971 calls for service in Danville, including the removal of 200 dead animals and 178 live impounds. In addition, there were a total of 313 investigations for noise complaints relating to barking dogs, performing animal rescues, as well as conducting other investigations involving dangerous animals, inhumane treatment, and license & ordinance violations. Eighteen of the 19 cities in Contra Costa County currently contract with the Contra Costa County Animal Services Department to provide animal control services.

HIGHLIGHTS For 2014/15, the current $5.31 per capita cost for animal control services remains unchanged. The slight increase in program costs reflects an increase in Town population as provided by the State Department of Finance.

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ANIMAL CONTROL

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Contracted Services

$

224,162 $

225,410 $

225,410

$

225,410

$

226,843

TOTALS:

$

224,162 $

225,410 $

225,410

$

225,410

$

226,843

General Fund

$

224,162

$

225,410

$ 225,410

$

225,410

$

226,843

TOTALS:

$

224,162

$

225,410

$ 225,410

$

225,410

$

226,843

FUNDING

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Community Development & IT

Community Development & IT


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/IT Community Development & IT Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Community Dev / IT Mgmt

$

230,366

$

254,229

$

254,229

$

254,229 $

265,802

Information Systems

$

675,192

$

769,977

$

999,810

$

948,861 $

802,800

Planning

$

752,074

$

691,970

$

853,696

$

827,795 $

767,159

Transportation

$

570,908

$

601,785

$

691,300

$

618,614 $

665,712

Economic Development

$

314,259

$

317,026

$

564,790

$

545,041 $

311,982

Town-Wide Special Events

$

237,641

$

273,135

$

285,475

$

279,122 $

251,070

TOTALS:

$

2,780,439

$

2,908,122

$

3,649,300 $

3,473,662 $ 3,064,525

Building & Planning Donations/Contributions Gas Tax General Fund Measure J Technology Fund

$ $ $ $ $ $

641,574 1,494 612,478 1,305,987 180,501 38,405

$ $ $ $ $ $

691,970 0 630,085 1,358,188 215,879 0

$ $ $ $ $ $

795,196 0 719,600 1,716,331 215,879 190,295

$ $ $ $ $ $

775,545 0 657,644 1,627,949 210,229 190,295

$ $ $ $ $ $

764,659 0 502,471 1,571,155 226,240 0

TOTALS:

$

2,780,439

$

2,896,122

$

3,637,300

$

3,461,662 $

3,064,525

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

65

FTE 14.50 1.75

16.25

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Community Development & IT Mgmt.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Community Development/Information Technology Department includes a diverse range of programs and activities. The Department maintains high planning standards through administration of the General Plan and other planning, zoning, transportation programs and plans. In concert with Development Services, the Department is responsible for reviewing and processing private developments to ensure consistency with community vision and character. The Department works with businesses, business organizations and other cities within the region to support and promote Economic Development goals and plans developed for the Town; and coordinates community and special events that attract tens of thousands of visitors to the Town annually. The Information Technology function ensures that IT infrastructure and applications are maintained and continually enhanced to enable all Town programs to function efficiently, and ensure that the Town government is readily accessible to Danville residents. This includes supporting operations at nine different sites that are staffed or operated by the Town.

GOALS  Provide a full range of services and activities related to all of the divisions and programs provided through the department.  Continue to streamline and enhance the development review process.  Ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations related to planning, transportation and environmental protection.  Continue to pursue federal and state transportation funds to improve the public roadway network.

HIGHLIGHTS For 2014/15, emphasis is on implementation of the 2030 General Plan, initiation of the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan, and the continued implementation of the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) and Information Technology Master Plan. In addition, this Department will coordinate the communication of downtown construction related information to the business community.

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/IT MGMT

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses

$

230,366 $

254,229 $

254,229

$

254,229

$

265,802

TOTALS:

$

230,366 $

254,229 $

254,229

$

254,229

$

265,802

General Fund Gas Tax Measure J

$ $ $

0 101,006 129,359

$ $ $

0 111,227 143,002

$ 0 $ 111,227 $ 143,002

$ $ $

0 111,227 143,002

$ $ $

116,289 0 149,513

TOTALS:

$

230,366

$

254,229

$ 254,229

$

254,229

$

265,802

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Community Development Director Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

67

FTE 1.00 0.50 1.50

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Information Technology

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Information Technology (IT) provides reliable information systems, technology operations, and support for all Town departments and staff in nine different locations. IT provides long-range planning and budgeting for critical technology infrastructure throughout the Town and ensures 24 hours per day, 7 days per week access to Town information and services. IT provides a help desk that supports all Town operations. A significant portion of the IT budget is allocated to support copiers and telephone systems that are required to serve Town service delivery and staff located in nine locations.

GOALS  Identify and implement technologies that address the broad range of business process needs and maximize effectiveness in all areas of Town government.  Coordinate development and implementation of the Town’s presence on the Internet.  Maintain continuous operation and improvement of Town applications which may include partnerships with outside entities.  Maintain continuous operation and improvement of all technology-related critical infrastructure.  Provide training and assistance to staff with the goal of improving efficiency in technology.  Coordinate the ongoing development and maintenance of the Town’s Geographic Information System (GIS).

HIGHLIGHTS Major programs or initiatives planned for 2014/15 include completing the implementation of projects identified in the five-year Information Technology Master Plan adopted by the Town. Temporary Salaries include funding for part-time temporary staffing for GIS implementation. Materials and Supplies include $23,200 for applications software and $5,000 for miscellaneous supplies. Contracted Services include consulting costs of $30,725 to assist with complex network configurations, network security, GIS maintenance and website maintenance. Equipment includes $69,500 for copier leases and maintenance, $16,000 for telephone system support and maintenance and $8,200 for maintenance on web filtering. Program Activities include $89,640 for local phone service, $25,796 for cellular service and $1,440 for cable service at Oak Hill Park Community Center. 68

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INFORMATION SYSTEMS

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

352,416 41,862 2,769 31,203 82,112 82,436 82,394

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Technology Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

469,678 23,750 2,015 28,200 41,075 88,828 116,431

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

469,678 23,750 2,015 29,218 246,432 112,286 116,431

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

469,678 14,500 6,490 26,955 245,370 77,028 108,840

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

489,324 23,750 2,225 28,200 41,075 101,350 116,876

675,192 $

769,977 $

999,810

$

948,861

$

802,800

$ $

636,786 38,405

$ $

769,977 0

$ 809,515 $ 190,295

$ $

758,566 190,295

$ $

802,800 0

$

675,192

$

769,977

$ 999,810

$

948,861

$

802,800

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Information Technology Manager Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Technician TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 0.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Planning

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Planning provides current and advanced planning services to ensure consistency with the General Plan, zoning ordinance and all applicable Town plans and design guidelines. Current Planning activities include reviewing and processing approximately 180 applications including subdivisions, land use permits and development plans, sign applications, variances and tree removal requests. In addition, Planning reviews approximately 500 building permit applications to ensure compliance with planning-related requirements. Advance Planning efforts include preparing updates to the General Plan and other long range plans, and development of ordinances to implement goals, policies and measures set forth in the documents. Code Enforcement handles approximately 170 municipal code compliance issues on an annual basis.

GOALS  Review and analyze planning applications and projects to ensure consistency with the 2030 General Plan, zoning ordinance and all other planning and design standards to ensure new projects meet community standards.  Ensure environmental protection and mitigation pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).  Provide staff support and make recommendations on all planning matters that go before the Town Council, Planning Commission, Heritage Resource Commission, Design Review Board and the Historic Design Review Committee.  Provide responsive Code Enforcement to assist in maintaining and promoting residents’ quality of life.

HIGHLIGHTS Advance planning efforts will focus on implementation measures set forth in the 2030 General Plan including a comprehensive update of the Town Zoning Ordinance, and preparation of the 20142022 Housing Element. Temporary Salaries include funding for two part time temporary positions to assist with processing minor current planning applications and assisting Code Enforcement. Materials and Supplies include $12,500 for printing of planning documents including the Housing Element Update, $10,750 for software maintenance and $6,900 for postage and reference materials. Contracted Services include $14,500 for the Housing Element Update, $37,500 for planning services related to the comprehensive Zoning Ordinance update and $5,000 for GIS mapping. Program Activities include $5,000 for Code Enforcement and abatement costs. 70

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PLANNING

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

530,773 17,326 7,168 48,562 147,540 705 0

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Building & Planning TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

594,670 37,125 12,525 30,150 16,500 0 1,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

594,670 37,125 12,525 30,150 78,226 0 101,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

594,670 37,125 11,000 15,250 68,750 0 101,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

619,634 44,000 11,375 30,150 57,000 0 5,000

752,074 $

691,970 $

853,696

$

827,795

$

767,159

$ $

110,500 641,574

$ $

0 691,970

$ 58,500 $ 795,196

$ $

52,250 775,545

$ $

2,500 764,659

$

752,074

$

691,970

$ 853,696

$

827,795

$

767,159

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Chief of Planning Principal Planner Associate Planner Assistant Planner/Code Enforcement Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Transportation

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Transportation provides programs and services that ensure the safe and efficient movement of residents and motorists within the Town. The Division addresses the impacts of traffic congestion upon the Town’s residents by operating local traffic management programs, participating in regional coordination and advocacy, and pursuing regional and local transportation improvements. Transportation maintains and operates a network consisting of signals, traffic control signage, radar display signs, in-ground lighted crosswalks, overhead flashing beacons and striping in a manner that ensures mobility for Danville residents locally and within the region. The Transportation staff ensures quality of life through regional advocacy and the implementation of a Traffic Management Program that includes neighborhood and Town-wide traffic calming measures.

GOALS  Ensure mobility for all modes within the community’s transportation system.  Maintain and operate a roadway system consisting of 52 optimally timed and coordinated traffic signals, traffic control signage and striping.  Continually improve the operation of the transportation network through capital improvements and traffic signal enhancements.  Provide traffic safety education and traffic calming programs that support the quality of life in the community.  Provide oversight of the downtown parking management program, and coordinate with the Police Department to provide an adequate level of enforcement.  Maintain a strong regional advocacy role in transportation matters to ensure continued funding for local transportation needs and protect the community’s high quality of life.  Support the development review process with transportation planning and traffic engineering expertise.

HIGHLIGHTS Danville will continue to partner with other San Ramon Valley agencies on regional efforts including the Street Smarts Program, Safe Routes to School Program, and the operation of the TRAFFIX (Measure J Traffic Congestion Relief) Program. Transportation will work with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and Caltrans to implement the landscaping portion of the I-680 Auxiliary Lanes – Segment 2 Project. Materials and Supplies include $5,000 for Safe Routes to School and Street Smarts Program supplies, and $5,000 for printing postage, reference materials and application software maintenance. Contracted Services include $231,000 for traffic signal maintenance and consulting, $20,000 for the Street Smarts Program, $5,000 for CMA transportation planning and $2,500 for signs and striping. 72

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TRANSPORTATION

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

331,249 7,202 5,917 5,556 215,634 5,351

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Gas Tax Measure J Donations/Contributions TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

372,525 6,250 7,510 10,000 199,000 6,500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

372,525 6,250 7,510 10,000 288,515 6,500

$ $ $ $ $ $

372,525 2,750 5,100 6,700 221,539 10,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

378,702 0 7,510 10,000 258,500 11,000

570,908 $

601,785 $

691,300

$

618,614

$

665,712

$ $ $ $

6,801 511,472 51,142 1,494

$ $ $ $

10,050 518,858 72,877 0

$ 10,050 $ 608,373 $ 72,877 $ 0

$ $ $ $

4,970 546,417 67,227 0

$ $ $ $

86,514 502,471 76,727 0

$

570,908

$

601,785

$ 691,300

$

618,614

$

665,712

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Traffic Engineer Traffic Engineering Associate Transportation Program Analyst TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 0.25

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Economic Development

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Economic Development promotes and encourages the establishment and retention of a diverse and healthy economic base to meet local consumer needs and attract prospective shoppers and guests. Sales tax and revenues generated by local businesses support programs and services and contribute to the outstanding quality of life enjoyed by all Town businesses and residents. The Economic Development Manager acts as an ombudsman to Danville-based businesses and assists in guiding prospective new businesses through the entitlement and permitting process. Ongoing efforts continue to focus on the promotion of a strong local brand identity, implementation of the “Shop Danville” marketing campaign, development of strong partnerships with business organizations, implementation of the Business Promotion and Retail Incentives grant funding programs, and provision of the “Business Concierge” service.

GOALS  Implement programs that promote and support business retention and expansion, business attraction, and business start-up (entrepreneurial development) activities.  Partner with economic development organizations to promote and carry out activities and programs appropriate to the character of the Town bringing revenue to the community.  Develop and maintain strong, positive relationships with the business community.  Ensure that Danville is an integral part of regional promotional efforts.  Invest in and maintain infrastructure that serves to facilitate business growth and investment in the community (including technology).  Partner with public, private or non-profit entities for workforce and/or business training.

HIGHLIGHTS Major efforts for 2014/15 include: development of a Comprehensive Economic Development Plan, providing education workshops addressing needs of the local business community, and promoting Danville as a dining and shopping destination during the construction in downtown Danville. Administration includes $15,000 for regional cooperative and local advertising, $25,000 for i-GATE, $11,400 for membership and dues in Discover Danville, Danville Area Chamber of Commerce, CALED, Visit Tri-Valley and CDA, and $3,750 for meeting expenses. Materials and Supplies include $10,000 for marketing materials, $12,000 for the Shop Local Program and $3,700 for application software maintenance and reference materials. Contracted Services include $18,000 for the Economic Development Plan and $24,000 for the Shop Local Program. Program Activities include $50,000 for the Business Promotion Program and $33,000 in pass through costs for Visit Tri-Valley (formerly the Convention and Visitors Bureau). 74

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Program Activities Other

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

94,394 0 39,641 20,038 50,578 58,680 50,927

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

102,701 5,000 42,205 40,020 45,500 81,600 0

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

102,701 10,000 48,735 55,948 142,901 113,255 91,250

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

102,701 5,000 41,205 53,298 142,488 109,100 91,250

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

106,402 0 55,210 26,370 42,000 82,000 0

314,259 $

317,026 $

564,790

$

545,041

$

311,982

$

314,259

$

317,026

$ 564,790

$

545,041

$

311,982

$

314,259

$

317,026

$ 564,790

$

545,041

$

311,982

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Economic Development Manager TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

75

FTE 0.75 0.75

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Business Promotion Funds Business Promotion Funds

SPONSOR

ACTIVITY

REQUEST FY 2014/15

APPROVED FY 2014/15

$

$

Danville Area Chamber of Commerce

Cohesive Marketing Vehicle

Discover Danville Association

          

Danville Thursday Night Street Festival I Danville Thursday Night Street Festival II Art & Wine Stroll Heartland Antique & Art Faire st 1 Annual Danville Oktoberfest Tinsel & Treasures Folk Art Faire Spirit of Danville Holiday Shopping Event 1st Qtr. Danville Sidewalk Sale 2015 Spring Fling Spring Wine & Chocolate Stroll Doggie Night

1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 2,500 1,500 1,500 1,500

1,500 1,500 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000

Danville Livery

   

Art and Wine Stroll Cooperative Marketing Mailer – 3 centers Spirit of Danville Holiday Shopping Event 1st Qtr. Danville Sidewalk Sale 2015

3,000 2,500 3,000 -

1,500 2,500 1,500

Rose Garden Shopping Center

Cooperative Marketing Mailer

2,500

2,500

Museum of the San Ramon Valley

Promotion of Museum Exhibits & Downtown Events

1,500

1,000

58,500

50,000

TOTAL

$

76

30,000

30,000

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Special Events

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Special Events organizes and coordinates Town resources required to support over 30 annual community events and celebrations that enrich the quality of life for residents, promote the community, and enhance the local economy. This includes events that are staged and organized entirely by the Town (Town-sponsored) or staged and organized by various community groups with some level of Town assistance (Town co-sponsored). Town support for co-sponsored events is typically in the form of partial funding, street closures, encroachment permits, or staffing assistance. A special events team including staff from the Town Manager’s Office, Recreation Services, Maintenance Services, Police Services and Economic Development, provides expertise and equipment to assist various community groups.

GOALS  Coordinate Town involvement in planning and implementing safe, high-quality special events.  Work closely with event promoters and sponsors to utilize Town resources effectively.  Annually recommend appropriate street closures for Town Council consideration as required to allow for staging of special events within the public right-of-way.  Act as the liaison between community groups and organizations and businesses and residents to communicate how special events will occur, and potential benefits and impacts.  Serve as the Town’s public point of contact on all matters related to special events.  Maintain records to monitor and evaluate the ongoing success and/or effectiveness of special events in accordance with specific goals or objectives identified for each event.

HIGHLIGHTS Employee Expenses include $20,000 in overtime costs for Maintenance Services. Materials and Supplies include $10,000 for change-out of downtown street banners (five times per year), $5,000 for rental of portable toilets, and $5,403 for traffic safety signage and miscellaneous Police and Maintenance expenses. Contracted Services include $130,000 for Police overtime, $20,000 for repair and maintenance of downtown tree lighting including the landmark oak tree on Diablo Road and $1,200 for street sweeping. Holiday lighting costs have been increased by $5,000 due to increased costs associated with maintenance and anticipated replacement of aging lighting systems. Program Activities include $15,000 for Town co-sponsorship of the July 4th Parade and $7,000 for Town co-sponsorship of the Lighting of the Old Oak Tree event.

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TOWN WIDE SPECIAL EVENTS

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

54,776 53 2,130 8,969 150,763 450 20,500

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

84,232 0 500 19,903 147,000 0 21,500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

84,232 0 892 31,417 147,000 434 21,500

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

84,232 0 500 25,045 147,395 450 21,500

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

55,467 0 500 20,403 152,700 0 22,000

237,641 $

273,135 $

285,475

$

279,122

$

251,070

$

237,641

$

273,135

$ 285,475

$

279,122

$

251,070

$

237,641

$

273,135

$ 285,475

$

279,122

$

251,070

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Economic Development Manager TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

79

FTE 0.25 0.25

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Development Services

Development Services


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Development Services Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Development Services Mgmt

$

203,549

$

221,682

$

221,682

$

221,859 $

229,138

Building

$

1,041,039

$

1,039,052

$

1,258,255

$

Engineering

$

197,277

$

345,038

$

411,871

$

375,187 $

462,518

Capital Project Mgmt

$

577,281

$

627,550

$

627,550

$

627,550 $

654,839

Clean Water Program

$

400,161

$

616,838

$

902,832

$

782,479 $

614,399

TOTALS:

$

2,419,307

$

2,850,160

$

3,422,190

$

3,260,700 $ 3,208,235

Building & Planning Capital Improvement Clean Water Engineering General Fund Measure J

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,091,408 116,446 400,161 90,730 720,057 506

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,093,898 139,147 616,838 225,309 774,968 0

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,313,101 139,147 902,832 291,993 775,117 0

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,308,471 139,147 782,479 255,309 775,294 0

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,303,988 126,193 614,399 337,853 825,802 0

TOTALS:

$

2,419,307

$

2,850,160

$

3,422,190

$

3,260,700 $

3,208,235

1,253,625 $ 1,247,341

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

81

FTE 19.50 1.50

21.00

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Development Services Mgmt.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Development Services Department is focused upon protecting and promoting public health, safety and welfare through ensuring that construction of private and public improvements occur in a way that meets all applicable standards. In concert with the Community Development/IT Department, Development Services is responsible for reviewing and processing private developments to ensure consistency with community vision and character. The Department is responsible for Building Services including plan check, permitting and inspection; capital projects including planning, designing and managing construction of all projects that are included in the Capital Improvement Program; implementation of the Town’s annual Pavement Management Program; Engineering activities associated with construction of improvements associated with new development that occurs throughout the Town; and, ongoing compliance with the Federally-mandated Clean Water Act. Development Services Management provides oversight and administrative support to all department divisions and programs.

GOALS  Provide a full range of services and activities related to all of the divisions and programs provided through the department.  Continue to streamline and enhance the building permitting process; solicit customer feedback through the use of follow-up surveys.  Ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations related to building codes and safety, engineering standards, clean water and environmental protection.  Design, manage and construct high priority capital projects.  Coordinate with Maintenance Services and Recreation Services on all capital projects and activities.  Continue to pursue federal and state transportation funds to improve the public roadway network.

HIGHLIGHTS As part of its ongoing customer service enhancement efforts, Development Services will continue to expand online-oriented permit applications and inspection requests as well as updated informational materials for applicants.

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DEVELOPMENT SERVICES MGMT

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies

$ $ $

201,967 $ 1,347 $ 235 $

219,382 $ 1,600 $ 700 $

219,382 1,600 700

$ $ $

219,382 1,777 700

$ $ $

226,588 1,850 700

TOTALS:

$

203,549 $

221,682 $

221,682

$

221,859

$

229,138

General Fund Building & Planning Measure J Capital Improvement

$ $ $ $

102,305 50,369 506 50,369

$ $ $ $

111,990 54,846 0 54,846

$ 111,990 $ 54,846 $ 0 $ 54,846

$ $ $ $

112,167 54,846 0 54,846

$ $ $ $

115,844 56,647 0 56,647

TOTALS:

$

203,549

$

221,682

$ 221,682

$

221,859

$

229,138

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Development Services Director TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

83

FTE 1.00 1.00

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Building

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Building is responsible for providing responsive plan check, inspection and permitting services to ensure that all building construction meets safety requirements, and complies with applicable building codes and standards. Permit services are handled through the Town’s Permit and Reception Center at the Town Offices. Plan checking provides plan review services for new buildings, additions, alterations and repairs to ensure compliance with local, state and federal laws related to building safety, disabled access and energy efficiency. To facilitate the provision of timely and responsive service, Building continues to utilize the services of two plan check consulting firms to augment plan check services provided through Town staff. Inspection services ensure that construction complies with approved plans and permits. Building inspectors conducted over 755 inspections per month; permit staff responded to over 41 in-person public contacts each business day.

GOALS  Provide inspection services on a next day basis, with accommodation made for a.m. or p.m. preference, as requested by the customer.  Check and return 90% of first plan check comments within 15 calendar days; track timing on turn around for all plan checks performed outside of the Town Offices.  Seek balance in the regulatory process between enforcement of applicable codes, standards and regulations, and flexibility.  Solicit customer feedback on a regular ongoing basis.

HIGHLIGHTS Building Division works with Planning and Economic Development to support the “Business Concierge” program. Customer surveys returned indicate a 96% satisfaction rating for the Division. Temporary Salaries include part time temporary permit counter assistance. Administration includes $23,450 for credit card transaction fees, and $4,800 for professional dues and meeting expenses. Materials and Supplies include $26,000 for software maintenance and $9,750 for supplies, forms, reference materials and uniforms. Contracted Services include $320,000 for plan check services and $5,000 for inspection services. Contract plan check costs are increased to reflect increased plan check and permitting demand and activity. 84

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BUILDING

EXPENDITURES

719,244 39,211 34,686 32,858 215,020 20

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

805,052 28,000 28,250 35,750 141,500 500

$ $ $ $ $ $

805,052 28,000 28,250 35,750 360,703 500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $

805,052 28,000 28,250 35,750 356,073 500

$ $ $ $ $ $

929,841 28,000 28,250 35,750 225,000 500

TOTALS:

$ 1,041,039 $ 1,039,052 $ 1,258,255

$ 1,253,625

$ 1,247,341

Building & Planning

$ 1,041,039

$ 1,039,052

$1,258,255

$ 1,253,625

$ 1,247,341

TOTALS:

$ 1,041,039

$ 1,039,052

$1,258,255

$ 1,253,625

$ 1,247,341

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Chief Building Official Plans Examiner Development Coordinator Senior Building Inspector Building Inspector Development Services Tech TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 8.00 0.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Engineering

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Engineering provides engineering plan checking and construction inspection for street and public works improvements including the processing of drainage and utility design, subdivision and development applications, right-of-way acquisition requests, and all encroachment and grading permits. Engineering is responsible for ensuring that subdivision and permitted improvements on private property and within the public right-of-way are designed and constructed safely, and consistent with conditions of approval and all applicable Town standards.

GOALS  Maintain high standards of design, plan checking and construction for subdivision improvements and improvements within the public right-of-way.  Prepare project conditions of approval requiring that all engineering requirements are satisfied prior to acceptance of improvements and release of guarantee securities.  Complete all engineering plan checks in conformance with the Subdivision Map Act and other governing regulations and standards.  Process all encroachment permits and grading permits in a timely manner with at least 50% issued over the counter on the same day.  Inspect subdivision improvements and improvements within the public right-of-way consistent with approvals granted by the Town.

HIGHLIGHTS Contracted Services include $43,000 engineering consulting services and subdivision plan check, and $4,000 for GIS support. Consultant services are utilized when the volume of plan check or inspection work exceeds the staff’s ability to meet expected processing timelines, or when expertise is required to respond to unique or uncharacteristic project issues.

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ENGINEERING

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services

$ $ $ $

177,542 574 3,640 15,522

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Engineering TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $

297,288 1,600 5,650 40,500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $

337,288 1,600 8,799 64,184

$ $ $ $

299,288 1,600 8,799 65,500

$ $ $ $

407,868 1,600 6,050 47,000

197,277 $

345,038 $

411,871

$

375,187

$

462,518

$ $

106,547 90,730

$ $

119,729 225,309

$ 119,878 $ 291,993

$ $

119,878 255,309

$ $

124,665 337,853

$

197,277

$

345,038

$ 411,871

$

375,187

$

462,518

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Senior Civil Engineer Civil Engineering Assistant Public Works Inspector Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

87

FTE 0.25 0.25 2.25 1.00 3.75

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Capital Project Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Capital Project Management is responsible for the planning, design and construction management of projects contained in the Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The Division coordinates the process of preparing the CIP by working with the town manager, department heads, staff and Town commissions to compile and prioritize a list of projects, develop associated cost estimates and identify potential funding sources including state and federal grants. Major activities include: 1) Project design, including rights of way acquisition, environmental review, outside agency permits, design, plan and specification preparation, and bid processing; 2) construction management including evaluating bids on construction contracts, qualifying contractors, inspecting construction work, preparing progress payments and change orders and filing notices of completion; and 3) record keeping including preparing and maintaining record maps of Town streets and infrastructure, preparing record drawings of CIP project construction, preparing legal descriptions for property transactions, and grant administration.

GOALS  Facilitate cost-effective and timely design and construction of various public works and facilities to meet present and projected community needs.  Provide engineering, landscape architectural and inspection services necessary to support Division activities.  Communicate the pendency and status of all projects to affected users, residents and property owners to minimize construction-related impacts.  Manage a proactive Pavement Management Program that maintains and improves the Town’s Pavement Condition Index (PCI) through preventative maintenance and overlay projects for the network of public roadways.  Solicit and secure grant funding from various sources to support the CIP.

HIGHLIGHTS Major projects either underway or anticipated to begin in 2014/15 include: Railroad Avenue Improvements, North Hartz Avenue Beautification, Osage Station Park Play Area and Group Picnic Renovation, Crow Canyon Soundwall Project, SAFETEA-LU Grant Phase 2, Sycamore Valley Road Overpass/El Cerro Boulevard Underpass Pavement Rehabilitation, Park System Signage, and 2014/15 Pavement Management.

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CAPITAL PROJECT MGMT

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services

$ $ $ $

574,511 113 2,657 0

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Capital Improvement TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $

620,100 500 5,950 1,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $

620,100 500 5,950 1,000

$ $ $ $

620,100 500 5,950 1,000

$ $ $ $

647,389 500 5,950 1,000

577,281 $

627,550 $

627,550

$

627,550

$

654,839

$ $

511,204 66,077

$ $

543,249 84,301

$ 543,249 $ 84,301

$ $

543,249 84,301

$ $

585,293 69,546

$

577,281

$

627,550

$ 627,550

$

627,550

$

654,839

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Senior Civil Engineer Landscape Architect Associate Civil Engineer Civil Engineering Assistant Jr. Civil Engineer Public Works Inspector TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

89

FTE 0.75 1.00 1.00 0.75 1.00 0.75 5.25

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Clean Water Program

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Danville is one of 20 agencies operating as part of the Contra Costa Clean Water Program. The Program is committed to reducing storm water pollution by implementing the requirements contained in the Five-Year Municipal Regional Permit (MRP) issued by the San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board (SFRWQCB). Activities include: inspecting and cleaning Town drainage systems (a minimum of 25% of catch basins and Town maintained drainage channels are inspected and/or cleaned annually); retrofitting catch basins in the downtown area with filtration devices to remove trash; monthly sweeping of public residential streets and weekly sweeping of public commercial streets; and application of Integrated Pest Management practices. The Program conducts ongoing business inspections, illicit and construction inspections, and completes identified best management practices while monitoring the effectiveness of the Town’s Stormwater Management Plan and making adjustments as necessary. Education outreach on the importance of pollution prevention is provided to school-age children and students.

GOALS

 Participate in and support program-related activities of the Contra Costa Clean Water Program.  Perform local street and creek maintenance, business inspections, creek monitoring, illicit discharge enforcement, public education, pesticide and trash reduction activities.  Implement new development regulations and controls and participate in various environmental activities including recycling green business and green building activities.  Educate the public on pollution prevention methods.

HIGHLIGHTS The current MRP is up for renewal in November 2014, and discussions are currently ongoing with Regional Board staff regarding requirements to be incorporated into the new MRP. Temporary Salaries include temporary part time assistance for implementation of the current MRP. Administration includes $19,000 for State Water Resources Board and agency fees. Materials and Supplies include $18,350 for educational and outreach efforts. Contracted Services include $191,931 for Town-wide street sweeping, $125,000 for Contra Costa Clean Water Program group permit costs, $45,500 for catch basin cleaning and downtown trash removal, $29,000 for business inspections (performed under contract with the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District) and $10,569 for environmental consultant services.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

99,236 720 13,531 12,621 274,052 0

TOTALS:

$

Clean Water TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

145,788 35,000 16,700 18,350 398,000 3,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

145,788 35,000 17,300 18,350 683,394 3,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

140,888 35,000 16,700 18,350 568,541 3,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

134,949 35,000 21,100 18,350 402,000 3,000

400,161 $

616,838 $

902,832

$

782,479

$

614,399

$

400,161

$

616,838

$ 902,832

$

782,479

$

614,399

$

400,161

$

616,838

$ 902,832

$

782,479

$

614,399

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Clean Water Program Coord Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 0.50 1.00 1.50 1.00

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Maintenance Services

Maintenance Services


MAINTENANCE SERVICES Maintenance Services Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Maintenance Management

$

249,410

$

312,780

$

313,933

$

313,847 $

317,969

Building Maintenance

$

676,056

$

768,328

$

850,247

$

814,697 $

721,355

Equipment

$

292,761

$

420,840

$

512,266

$

419,280 $

416,780

Parks

$

1,647,306

$

1,957,361

$

2,032,404

$

2,035,639 $ 2,021,878

Roadsides

$

1,383,015

$

1,446,398

$

1,506,088

$

1,487,909 $ 1,564,731

Street Lighting

$

463,033

$

676,780

$

707,349

$

583,302 $

597,774

Streets

$

446,641

$

678,729

$

728,159

$

689,259 $

699,868

TOTALS:

$

5,158,222

$

6,261,215

$

6,650,446 $

6,343,932 $ 6,340,355

Donations/Contributions Gas Tax General Fund L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone C L L A D - Zone D

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,623 448,040 1,703,232 713,278 669,737 463,033 1,158,280

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 680,479 2,094,837 626,728 819,671 676,780 1,362,721

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 729,909 2,278,766 626,728 879,361 707,349 1,428,334

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,500 691,009 2,153,320 628,920 858,989 583,302 1,425,894

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 701,618 2,107,593 834,585 730,146 597,774 1,368,639

TOTALS:

$

5,158,222

$

6,261,215

$

6,650,446

$

6,343,932 $

6,340,355

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

93

FTE 24.00 3.00

27.00

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Maintenance Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Maintenance Management oversees all Maintenance Services, ensuring that Town-owned facilities retain a positive appearance, maximize functionality and enhance the quality of life for Danville residents. Staff support is provided to the Parks and Leisure Services Commission, Sports Alliance, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, and the general public on applicable maintenance issues and projects.

GOALS  Provide leadership, oversight and support to Maintenance Services staff to ensure outstanding customer service and maximize performance and productivity.  Manage the Town-wide Lighting & Landscape Assessment District.  Manage contracts for parks and roadside landscaping, equipment maintenance, water feature maintenance, street sweeping, street light repairs, custodial services, security systems and communication equipment.  Respond promptly to service requests.  Collaborate with Recreation Services to coordinate preparation of the annual Master Use Schedule for Town, School District and County-maintained sports fields.  Monitor and support facility use associated with rentals of sports fields lighting, picnic areas, and additional litter/special maintenance services required by Sports Alliance members.  Manage the Department fiscal resources to ensure cost-effective service delivery.

HIGHLIGHTS Budgeted 2014/15 costs reflect increases imposed by various utilities and agencies that serve the Town, including PG&E, EBMUD, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District and the State Board of Equalization. Cost increases associated with gasoline and petroleum-based products including trash bags, paint supplies, asphalt materials, and irrigation supplies are currently evident and expected to continue in 2014/15. Program efforts at the Town Service Center allow Danville to maintain its certification as a “Green Business” through the Contra Costa Green Business Program. Administration includes $7,500 for taxes and fees and $4,480 for office assistance and professional dues. Materials and Supplies include $16,538 for uniform services, $4,500 for protective and safety clothing, $5,400 for application software and $7,596 for office supplies, postage and printing at the Town Service Center. 94

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MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

224,096 2,043 4,276 16,367 1,399 1,230

TOTALS:

$

General Fund Gas Tax TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

252,286 20,000 4,480 30,184 1,750 4,080

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

252,286 20,000 4,480 31,337 1,750 4,080

$ $ $ $ $ $

252,286 14,000 11,780 29,451 1,750 4,580

$ $ $ $ $ $

266,125 0 11,980 34,034 1,750 4,080

249,410 $

312,780 $

313,933

$

313,847

$

317,969

$ $

248,011 1,399

$ $

311,030 1,750

$ 312,183 $ 1,750

$ $

312,097 1,750

$ $

316,219 1,750

$

249,410

$

312,780

$ 313,933

$

313,847

$

317,969

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Services Director Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

95

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00

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Buildings

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Building Maintenance utilizes a combination of Town staff and service contracts to maintain 105,000 square ft. of heavily utilized public buildings in safe and aesthetically-pleasing condition. .

Building Maintenance tracks maintenance performed at each individual building and maintains a ten year asset replacement plan. Buildings are continuously improved to meet user needs and regulatory requirements. Capital improvement projects are identified and scheduled as needed. Facilities include:  Danville Library  Veterans Memorial Building & Senior Center  Town Meeting Hall  Village Theatre and Art Gallery  Danville Community Center  Oak Hill Park Community Center

 Hap Magee Ranch Park houses (3)  Park restrooms (16)  Teen Centers at Charlotte Wood, Diablo Vista, and Los Cerros Middle Schools  Danville Town Offices  Town Service Center

GOALS  Respond in a timely manner to requests for service in all Town-owned and managed buildings.  Administer contracts for a variety of both routine and extra services, including custodial, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and pest management.  Perform regular inspections at each facility and make immediate corrections to any safety and/or maintenance issues that need to be addressed and scheduled for completion.  Perform maintenance activities for all buildings on an ongoing scheduled basis to prolong service life and prevent breakdowns.

HIGHLIGHTS Increased total building square footage has resulted in longer response times for nonemergency/safety-related building service requests and deferral of certain regular maintenance activities. Utility rates and service costs for water, electrical, sewer and solid waste disposal have also increased. Temporary Salaries include part-time temporary custodial workers. Materials and Supplies include $30,000 for custodial and paper supplies, $25,602 for plumbing, electrical and paint supplies and $2,500 for furniture repairs. Contracted Services include $149,730 for custodial services and $77,070 for alarm services, floor refinishing, carpet cleaning, gutter and window cleaning and painting. Program Activities include $141,980 for gas and electric, $23,060 for sewer and $21,080 for water. 96

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BUILDING MAINTENANCE

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

226,570 32,913 0 50,423 141,647 22,458 202,045

TOTALS:

$

General Fund L L A D - Zone D TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

178,685 52,503 0 68,409 223,216 35,000 210,515

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

178,685 52,503 0 83,904 246,865 77,774 210,515

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

178,685 53,081 1,840 65,922 223,880 57,209 237,556

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

175,566 40,000 1,840 58,102 226,800 33,000 186,048

676,056 $

768,328 $

850,247

$

818,172

$

721,355

$ $

339,823 336,233

$ $

384,157 384,171

$ 438,540 $ 411,707

$ $

408,670 409,502

$ $

361,683 359,672

$

676,056

$

768,328

$ 850,247

$

818,172

$

721,355

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Equipment

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Equipment Maintenance ensures that all Town vehicles and equipment are properly maintained to allow safe operation with maximum useful life. Contracted services, equipment repairs and gasoline costs support a fleet of 60 vehicles including: 23 in Police, 24 in Maintenance, 7 in Development Services, 3 in Community Development/IT and 3 in Recreation Services. The current vehicle fleet includes 11 hybrid vehicles. Specific criteria have been developed and incorporated into a ten year replacement schedule that includes each type and piece of equipment used by the Town. Once due for replacement, vehicles and equipment are evaluated further to ensure that replacement is necessary and appropriate.

GOALS  Ensure routine maintenance service and repairs are scheduled and performed on all Town vehicles by outside vendors.  Coordinate weekly in-house inspection and cleaning of vehicles.  Facilitate the replacement of vehicles that meet specific criteria set forth in the Town’s Vehicle Replacement Policy; coordinate auction of vehicles taken out of service.  Schedule maintenance and repairs on the Town-owned turf tractor, backhoe, forklift, arrow and message boards as well as other smaller pieces of equipment and machinery.  Conduct daily in-house inspections on two-cycle equipment, including generators, weed eaters, blowers, chain saws and specialty equipment, such as concrete saws, boring tools and small engine turf equipment; in-house repairs are performed weekly at the Town Service Center.

HIGHLIGHTS Fuel and contract fleet maintenance costs continue to represent the bulk of program costs for 2014/15. Replacement of non-emergency response vehicles continues to emphasize more fuelefficient, environmentally-friendly vehicles. Administration costs are for fuel fees paid to the State Board of Equalization. Materials & Supplies include fuel costs for all Town-owned and maintained vehicles. Contracted Services include $7,000 for Police towing expenses and $26,053 for tractor, forklift, backhoe and other maintenance. Equipment includes $85,180 for maintenance of police vehicles and $64,548 for maintenance of all other Town vehicles. 98

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EQUIPMENT

EXPENDITURES

Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $

0 185,284 7,053 99,507 917

TOTALS:

$

General Fund TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $

0 214,030 51,432 155,378 0

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $

0 217,049 55,197 240,021 0

$ $ $ $ $

12,000 216,037 29,500 160,798 944

$ $ $ $ $

12,000 222,000 33,053 149,728 0

292,761 $

420,840 $

512,266

$

419,280

$

416,780

$

292,761

$

420,840

$ 512,266

$

419,280

$

416,780

$

292,761

$

420,840

$ 512,266

$

419,280

$

416,780

FUNDING

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Parks

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Parks Maintenance is responsible for 198 acres of Town-owned and/or managed parks and community facilities that enhance residents’ quality of life and support recreational activities offered through the Town and community organizations. Parks Maintenance responds to public requests and supports Town-sponsored programs such as the Music in the Park concert series at Oak Hill Park, adult softball at Sycamore Valley and Diablo Vista parks, and bocce ball at Sycamore Valley Park.

GOALS  Provide for safe, attractive and well-maintained parks, trails and open space facilities.  Provide daily litter control, landscape maintenance, irrigation system, play area and hardscape inspections/ repairs to keep Town-maintained parks and school parks safe for public use.  Coordinate with other public agencies, community and sports user groups to jointly maintain and/or manage specific park facilities and features.  Mow turf weekly from March through October, less frequently during winter months.  Aerate/fertilize quarterly with higher frequency on sports fields; renovate baseball infields each spring.  Perform bi-weekly turf safety inspections and address issues immediately.  Utilize integrated pest management practices to eradicate pests and weeds.  Identify long-term maintenance needs and issues on an ongoing basis.

HIGHLIGHTS Park maintenance costs are increasing significantly as parks and trails continue to age. Routine maintenance has been reduced to less than daily, with longer response times to nonemergency/safety service requests. Water costs are increased to account for below average levels of precipitation and significant rate increases (9.5% in 2014/15) from EBMUD. Phase I of the replacement of the Central Irrigation System is complete (5 major parks), and Phase II (major roadsides) is in progress. Frequency of maintenance required for artificial turf fields increases as these surfaces age. Administration includes LLAD reimbursement costs. Materials and Supplies include $33,000 for irrigation, $8,000 for hardscape, $21,000 for litter, $21,000 for asphalt and trails, and $20,701 for plants. Contracted Services include $385,000 for landscape maintenance, $10,000 for hardscape repairs, $48,000 for pond maintenance, $27,000 for custodial services, $21,000 for tree maintenance, $15,000 for asphalt repair services and $14,000 for rodent control. Equipment includes costs associated with equipment purchases, leases or warranties. Program Activities include $529,980 for water and $29,198 for electricity. 100

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PARKS

EXPENDITURES

640,193 31,223 15,137 57,999 401,351 7,425 493,979

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

701,672 64,000 20,253 124,621 548,757 20,000 478,059

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

701,672 64,000 20,253 152,054 594,007 22,360 478,059

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

701,672 64,000 20,553 131,573 543,436 16,000 558,406

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

737,845 60,000 20,553 103,071 520,232 13,000 567,178

TOTALS:

$ 1,647,306 $ 1,957,361 $ 2,032,404

$ 2,035,639

$ 2,021,878

General Fund L L A D - Zone D Donations/Contributions

$ $ $

TOTALS:

$ 1,647,306

FUNDING 822,636 822,047 2,623

$ $ $

978,810 978,551 0

$1,015,777 $1,016,627 $ 0

$ 1,016,746 $ 1,016,392 $ 2,500

$ 1,012,911 $ 1,008,966 $ 0

$ 1,957,361

$2,032,404

$ 2,035,639

$ 2,021,878

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 3.00 4.00 8.00 1.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Roadsides

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Roadside Maintenance includes over 60 acres of roadside landscaping, medians and community areas, providing attractive, aesthetically-pleasing streetscape areas including clean and safe pedestrian pathways.

GOALS  Provide for safe, attractive and well-maintained roadsides and medians.  Conduct bi-weekly irrigation system inspections and repairs.  Perform daily litter control and prune trees, mow turf, repair sidewalks, control weeds and replace plant material as needed.  Mow roadside turf areas weekly from March through October, less frequently during the rainy season.  Aerate and fertilize roadside turf areas twice per year; fertilize plant material twice per year.  Utilize integrated pest management practices to eradicate pests and weeds.  Inspect sidewalk areas, identify safety issues and schedule repairs as needed on an ongoing basis.  Identify and evaluate long-term maintenance needs and issues on an annual basis.

HIGHLIGHTS Contracted tree maintenance costs are increasing as trees age and require higher levels of maintenance. Creek cleaning contract costs have risen significantly due to implementation of more stringent restrictions imposed by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Water costs are increased to account for below average levels of precipitation and significant rate increases (9.5% in 2014/15) from EBMUD. Phase I of the replacement of the Central Irrigation System is complete (5 major parks), and Phase II (major roadsides) is in progress. Temporary Salaries include part-time, temporary staffing to assist with various work and activities. Administration includes LLAD reimbursement costs. Materials and Supplies include $32,750 for Roadside Zone A and $30,590 for Roadside Zone B for irrigation, litter, hardscape and planting supplies. Contracted Services include $217,572 for Roadside Zone A and $208,572 for Roadside Zone B, $28,000 for creek cleaning and $25,000 for downtown litter removal. Program Activities include $130,000 for Roadside Zone A water and $263,750 for Roadside Zone B water.

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ROADSIDES

EXPENDITURES Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

619,051 5,718 30,205 25,142 371,659 2,990 328,251

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

536,073 10,000 33,406 63,340 448,428 12,628 342,525

Amended Budget FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

536,073 10,000 33,406 75,611 494,851 13,624 342,525

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

546,070 10,000 33,406 54,626 449,147 12,628 382,033

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

549,244 20,000 33,406 63,340 478,864 12,628 407,250

TOTALS:

$ 1,383,015 $ 1,446,398 $ 1,506,088

$ 1,487,909

$ 1,564,731

L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B

$ $

$ $

TOTALS:

$ 1,383,015

FUNDING 713,278 669,737

$ $

626,728 819,671

$ 626,728 $ 879,361

$ $

628,920 858,989

$ 1,446,398

$1,506,088

$ 1,487,909

834,585 730,146

$ 1,564,731

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 2.00 1.00 3.00 6.00 0.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Street Lighting

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Street Light Maintenance provides for safe, well-lighted streets by funding utility costs, performing monthly street light inspections and undertaking necessary repairs on approximately 1,100 Townowned street lights; and funding utility costs for an additional 2,100 PG&E owned street lights.

GOALS  Cooperate with other public agencies and the community to maintain street lights.  Conduct proactive regular inspections within three street lighting zones, including Downtown Danville, main arterial streets and residential areas.  Respond to requests for street light repairs from the public.  Determine if street light repairs are to be reported to PG&E, another agency, or to be undertaken by the Town.  Maintain a database to accurately track repairs and maintenance of street lights.  Respond to 100% of all reported street light outages within 72 hours and perform all repairs within 21 days. Repair requests to PG&E and the Town’s street light maintenance contractor are done electronically, which allows the Town to monitor status of requests through the PG&E website and the contractor’s database.

HIGHLIGHTS Street light maintenance costs include electricity costs associated with all PG&E and Town-owned lights, and maintenance and repairs associated with Town-owned lights. Electricity costs account for the majority of the program costs. Street lights utilizing LED technology have been installed on Sycamore Valley Road, Camino Tassajara and in the downtown area. These changes increase the effectiveness of lighting while reducing costs in these areas. Further opportunities to utilize LED technology and other energy saving measures continue to be explored. Administration includes LLAD reimbursement costs. Contract Services include street light repairs. Program Activities include electrical utility costs.

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STREET LIGHTING

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $

14,565 9,933 157 40,711 397,667

TOTALS:

$

L L A D - Zone C TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $

88,671 11,331 6,299 70,479 500,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $

88,671 11,331 6,299 101,048 500,000

$ $ $ $ $

88,671 11,331 6,299 27,000 450,000

$ $ $ $ $

91,755 11,331 6,299 38,389 450,000

463,033 $

676,780 $

707,349

$

583,302

$

597,774

$

463,033

$

676,780

$ 707,349

$

583,302

$

597,774

$

463,033

$

676,780

$ 707,349

$

583,302

$

597,774

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

105

FTE 1.00 1.00

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Streets

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Streets Maintenance utilizes a combination of Town staff and contract services to maintain and repair approximately 145 lineal miles of streets and roadways, 4,700 drain inlets, 6.1 miles of roadside ditches and 4.6 miles of creeks and channels. Streets Maintenance responds to service requests from the public, the Development Services and Community Development/IT Departments, and emergency requests for assistance from the Police Department.

GOALS Repaint pavement legends and street striping details, and repair curb and gutter sections. Conduct roadside weed abatement and litter control. Perform bridge repairs and cleaning of sidewalks. Conduct cleaning, repair, replacement and installation of street name signs. Install traffic markings, signage and all other traffic safety-related devices to ensure that they are legible and functional for motorists and pedestrians.  Maintain unobstructed creeks and channels to lessen the potential for flooding and property damage.  Respond to safety and flooding issues during the rainy season to avoid/limit property damage.     

HIGHLIGHTS Streets Maintenance works closely with the Clean Water Program to address the requirements contained in the current Municipal Regional Permit, including the need to realize a 40% trash reduction goal by 2014. Program costs are increased as a result of cost increases in petroleum based products such as asphalt, paint and other related supplies; and servicing an increased number of trash and recycling containers within the downtown area. Changes in creek cleaning regulations by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife have increased costs in this area. Materials and Supplies include $29,734 for paint and supplies, $25,000 for asphalt supplies, and $12,500 for concrete and hardscape supplies. Contracted Services include $36,500 for signs and markings, $10,000 for creek maintenance consultant services, $7,500 for hardscape maintenance, $21,778 for tree well and street repairs, $6,000 for cleaning trash receptacles and $15,000 for sidewalk repairs. Equipment includes costs associated with purchase, leasing or maintenance of equipment. Program Activities include electricity costs.

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STREETS

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

331,502 83 69 30,544 49,226 1,634 33,583

TOTALS:

$

Gas Tax TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

467,025 0 457 67,234 98,982 10,030 35,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

467,025 0 457 90,183 122,899 12,595 35,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

467,025 4,080 457 64,719 105,947 12,030 35,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

487,102 0 457 67,234 96,445 10,030 38,600

446,641 $

678,729 $

728,159

$

689,259

$

699,868

$

446,641

$

678,729

$ 728,159

$

689,259

$

699,868

$

446,641

$

678,729

$ 728,159

$

689,259

$

699,868

FUNDING

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Specialist Maintenance Worker TOTAL PERMANENT FTE:

107

FTE 1.00 1.00 3.00 5.00

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Recreation Services

Recreation Services


RECREATION SERVICES Recreation Services Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Recreation Management

$

291,591

$

325,338

$

325,338

$

325,338 $

334,271

Adults

$

118,971

$

137,741

$

137,741

$

137,741 $

149,836

Seniors

$

409,413

$

509,696

$

509,696

$

509,696 $

518,349

Cultural Arts

$

533,798

$

475,495

$

475,495

$

475,495 $

483,004

Facilities Management

$

423,226

$

483,948

$

483,948

$

483,948 $

524,337

Sports and Fitness

$

579,757

$

637,952

$

637,952

$

637,952 $

662,493

Teens

$

219,108

$

276,991

$

276,991

$

276,991 $

288,555

Youth

$

339,530

$

358,928

$

358,928

$

358,928 $

373,837

TOTALS:

$

2,915,393

$

3,206,089

$

General Fund

$

742,264

$

953,303

$

953,303

$

953,260 $

1,054,833

Parks & Recreation

$

2,173,129

$

2,252,786

$

2,252,786

$

2,252,829 $

2,279,850

TOTALS:

$

2,915,393

$

3,206,089

$

3,206,089

$

3,206,089 $

3,334,683

3,206,089 $

3,206,089 $ 3,334,683

FUNDING

PERSONNEL

FTE

PERMANENT

15.25

TEMPORARY * part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

22.50

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Recreation Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The mission of the Recreation Services Department is to provide recreational experiences, promote health and wellness, foster human development, strengthen community image and sense of place, support economic development and protect environmental resources. Staff support is provided to the Arts Commission, Gallery Curatorial Committee, Parks and Leisure Services Commission, Senior Issues Sub-Committee, Trails Sub-Committee, Sports Alliance, and Veterans Memorial Building Board of Trustees.

GOALS  Provide leadership, oversight and support to Recreation Services staff to ensure outstanding customer service and maximize performance and productivity.  Support development of innovative, high quality programs and services that meet the needs and interests of Danville residents.  Collaborate with other agencies and community organizations to deliver cost-effective service.  Communicate with the public regarding recreation, social and educational programs, services, events and activities available to the community through marketing efforts which include the Activity Guide, Silver Streak, electronic newsletters and the Town website.  Provide opportunities for citizens to participate in the provision of Town and public services through volunteer and co-sponsored activities.  Support Town commissions and committees, facilitate training and networking opportunities for commissioners and committee members.  Effectively manage the Department fiscal resources to ensure program and facility revenues and expenditures are within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS The Town hires over 100 part-time summer employees to assist with summer activities, camps, classes and aquatics programs, of which 85% are San Ramon Valley residents. Temporary salary costs are adjusted to reflect the increase in minimum wage. All permanent, contract and temporary staff whose duties include contact with children receive “Mandated Reporter” training pursuant to the State of California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act. Materials and Supplies include $25,000 postage for the quarterly Activity Guide, $50,000 for printing the Activity Guide, $13,500 for marketing materials and $2,418 for Commission costs. Contracted Services include $42,000 for graphic services associated with the quarterly Activity Guide, $5,500 for the Arts and Youth Programs and $3,000 for commission projects.

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RECREATION MANAGEMENT

EXPENDITURES Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services

$ $ $ $ $

151,538 17,904 3,668 76,481 42,000

$ $ $ $ $

TOTALS:

$

291,591 $

General Fund

$

291,591

$

TOTALS:

$

291,591

$

152,700 24,100 9,620 88,418 50,500

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $

152,700 24,100 9,620 88,418 50,500

$ $ $ $ $

152,700 24,100 9,620 88,418 50,500

$ $ $ $ $

159,133 24,100 9,620 90,918 50,500

325,338 $

325,338

$

325,338

$

334,271

325,338 $ 325,338

$

325,338

$

334,271

325,338

$

325,338

$

334,271

FUNDING

$ 325,338

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Recreation Services Manager TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 0.75

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Adults

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Adult Services provides year-round opportunities for participation in recreational, social and educational activities, classes and programs.

GOALS  Provide a variety of activities and experiences that facilitate lifelong learning, foster human development, promote health and wellness and offer positive recreational and social experiences.  Coordinate a Town-wide Volunteer Program that recruits and utilizes volunteers to assist with improving park areas, teaching classes, implementing special events, providing transportation to local seniors and completing office/administrative tasks.  Develop volunteer recognition opportunities.  Manage program revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS The adult enrichment programs are constantly changing as new trends emerge. Opportunities for contract fee classes in the areas of wellness, outdoor exploration, cooking and technology are planned in 2014/15. Registration revenues from these activities directly offset the increased expenditures. Adult Services will continue to partner with downtown businesses and the Economic Development Program to develop and provide recreational opportunities that highlight Downtown Danville. Temporary salaries include funding for part-time, temporary staffing to assist with operation of the Town-wide volunteer program. Materials and Supplies include $5,000 for software maintenance, $2,500 for volunteer recognition and $4,850 for marketing materials and miscellaneous expenses. Contracted Services include instructor fees.

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ADULTS

EXPENDITURES Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

69,425 19,774 319 3,616 24,938 899

$ $ $ $ $ $

TOTALS:

$

118,971 $

74,079 19,450 780 8,975 34,157 300

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

74,079 19,450 780 8,975 34,157 300

$ $ $ $ $ $

74,079 19,450 780 8,975 34,157 300

$ $ $ $ $ $

81,890 19,225 780 12,350 35,391 200

137,741 $

137,741

$

137,741

$

149,836

59,081 78,660

$ $

59,081 78,660

$ $

68,956 80,880

$ 137,741

$

137,741

$

149,836

FUNDING Parks & Recreation

$ $

62,722 56,249

$ $

TOTALS:

$

118,971

$

General Fund

59,081 $ 78,660 $ 137,741

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 0.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Seniors

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Senior Services provides year-round opportunities for participation in recreational, social and educational activities, classes and programs. Over 5,000 adults over the age of 55 participate in social, recreational, and educational programs provided by the Town each year. A number of low-cost and free programs and services are provided, which include drop-in social programs.

GOALS  Provide a variety of activities and experiences that facilitate lifelong learning, foster human development, promote health and wellness and offer positive recreational and social experiences including classes, workshops and ongoing club programs.  Manage the operation of the Senior Center.  Distribute the Silver Streak on a bi-monthly basis.  Offer Senior Sneaker trips and tours.  Implement special events.  Coordinate co-sponsored programs with community organizations and neighboring cities to maximize available resources.  Provide information and referral services for vital local services of interest to seniors.  Offer low-cost and free programs and services including drop-in social programs.  Manage the program revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS Recommended 2014/15 program costs are slightly increased as the Senior Center at the Veterans Memorial Building continues to provide opportunities to expand and enhance programs and activities for seniors. Demand associated with the Senior Sneaker Program and Senior Sneaker trips continues to be high. Costs for Contract Classes are increased due to popularity of the Senior Sneaker Program, increased number of trips, and fuel surcharges. The Town will continue to expand its partnerships to offer low cost programs to seniors. Temporary salaries include funding for part-time, temporary staff to assist with program services. Materials and Supplies include $19,750 for event supplies and marketing materials for Lend a Hand, holiday luncheon, softball, bocce ball, Senior Sneakers, silver screen and volunteer recognition; $18,000 postage for Silver Streak, $30,000 for production and print of the Silver Streak. Contracted Services include $41,300 for transportation costs, $2,000 for entertainment and $67,608 for instructor fees. Program Activities include $60,000 for admission charges associated with Senior Sneaker trips. 114

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SENIORS

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

216,355 25,667 853 44,909 77,136 0 44,493

TOTALS:

$

Parks & Recreation TOTALS:

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

234,758 36,000 1,342 60,800 105,796 1,000 70,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

234,758 36,000 1,342 60,800 105,796 1,000 70,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

234,758 36,000 1,342 60,800 105,796 1,000 70,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

241,029 35,400 1,262 68,750 110,908 1,000 60,000

409,413 $

509,696 $

509,696

$

509,696

$

518,349

$ $

245,144 164,269

$ $

286,226 $ 286,226 223,470 $ 223,470

$ $

286,226 223,470

$ $

268,629 249,720

$

409,413

$

509,696

$

509,696

$

518,349

FUNDING General Fund

$ 509,696

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Supervisor Program Coordinator Administrative Secretary TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 0.50 1.00 1.00 2.50 1.25

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Cultural Arts

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Cultural Arts provides a variety of programs in the visual, performing, musical and literary arts that enhance cultural experiences for all ages, encourage participation in the arts and support Danville’s “small town atmosphere.” For 2014/15, co-sponsored events include productions by Role Players Ensemble Theatre, Danville Children’s Musical Theater, and the Eugene O’Neill Foundation Festival.

GOALS  Offer a variety of arts programs and experiences including special interest classes, workshops, and special events for youth and adults.  Develop Town-sponsored and co-sponsored performing arts classes and programs in the Village Theatre.  Implement a varied schedule of Village Theatre Gallery exhibits.  Support economic development efforts.  Develop and implement the annual Music in the Park concert series at Oak Hill Park and the Town Green.  Develop and implement the annual Moonlight Movie series.  Support collaboration efforts among local arts groups.  Manage program revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS Recommended 2014/15 program costs are increased to reflect additional camps and classes to be offered, increased marketing and increased Thursday Nights @ the Village Theatre programming. Additional camps and classes are expected to be offered on a full cost recovery basis and are not expected to increase dependence upon the General Fund. Thursday Nights @ the Village Theatre events will continue to encourage participants to enjoy events in the theatre as well as the downtown dining opportunities after the show, supporting economic development. Administration includes $50,000 for ticket proceeds split with co-sponsored groups and $3,470 for music licensing dues and Livescan costs. Materials and Supplies include $21,600 for event supplies (Music at the VT, classic movie series, outdoor movies, VT preschool performances, Music in the Park and the VT Art Gallery); $2,100 for postage and $10,000 for marketing materials. Contracted Services include $32,000 for Vendini ticket software, $17,000 for Music in the Park, $56,220 for class instructor fees and $43,000 for camp instructor fees. Program Activities include $20,000 for pass through ticket proceeds from private rentals.

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CULTURAL ARTS

EXPENDITURES Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013 Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

186,660 19,545 50,213 14,297 162,238 1,653 99,193

TOTALS:

$

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

199,775 29,200 48,720 28,150 148,000 1,650 20,000

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

199,775 29,200 48,720 28,150 148,000 1,650 20,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

199,775 29,200 48,720 28,150 148,000 1,650 20,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

197,764 29,200 53,470 33,700 148,220 650 20,000

533,798 $

475,495 $

475,495

$

475,495

$

483,004

Parks & Recreation

$ $

97,668 436,129

$ $

139,895 $ 139,895 335,600 $ 335,600

$ $

139,852 335,643

$ $

164,904 318,100

TOTALS:

$

533,798

$

475,495

$

475,495

$

483,004

FUNDING General Fund

$ 475,495

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Supervisor Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 0.50 2.00 2.50 0.75

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Facilities Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Facilities Management strengthens community image and sense of place by making Town parks and facilities available for Town sponsored and co-sponsored programs and private rental use for the community. Facilities Management oversees use of Danville parks, sports fields and community facilities including: Danville Community Center and Library Town Meeting Hall Village Theatre and Art Gallery Veterans Memorial Building and Senior Center Oak Hill Park Community Center Diablo Vista, Hap Magee Ranch, Oak Hill, Osage Station and Sycamore Valley Parks John Baldwin, Green Valley, Greenbrook, Montair and Vista Grande School Parks John Baldwin Multipurpose Room, Diablo Vista and Los Cerros Middle Schools’ Community Gymnasiums, Monte Vista Community Pool and high school Tennis Courts  Sports fields at Diablo Vista, Los Cerros and Stone Valley Middle Schools and Alamo and Rancho Romero Elementary Schools

       

GOALS  Respond to public inquiries regarding facility use and availability.  Process facility reservations.  Maintain a balanced reservation schedule of facility use to include Town programs, cosponsored groups and private rentals.  Coordinate Facilities Attendants’ schedules and provide high quality customer service before, during and after reserved use of Town facilities.  Coordinate use of Town and School District sports fields in collaboration with the Sports Alliance.  Manage facility revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS Temporary salaries include funding for part-time temporary Facilities Attendants to assist with operation of Town-managed facilities. Administration includes $88,000 for credit card fees and charges and $3,106 for dues and Live Scan. Materials and Supplies include $6,000 in application software maintenance and $8,550 for marketing materials, printing and uniforms.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment

$ $ $ $ $ $

275,146 55,511 87,074 4,134 347 1,014

TOTALS:

$

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $

314,106 84,132 68,160 14,550 0 3,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $

314,106 84,132 68,160 14,550 0 3,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

314,106 84,132 68,160 14,550 0 3,000

$ $ $ $ $ $

330,715 84,912 91,160 14,550 0 3,000

423,226 $

483,948 $

483,948

$

483,948

$

524,337

Parks & Recreation

$ $

-32,316 455,542

$ $

20,461 $ 20,461 463,487 $ 463,487

$ $

20,461 463,487

$ $

25,592 498,745

TOTALS:

$

423,226

$

483,948

$

483,948

$

524,337

FUNDING General Fund

$ 483,948

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Supervisor Administrative Secretary Facilities Attendant TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00 4.00 2.75

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Sports & Fitness

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Sports and Fitness promotes health and wellness by providing and maintaining a varied offering of year-round activities, fitness classes and sports leagues for all ages. On an annual basis 150 fitness classes are offered and 1,500 community members are served in the aquatics programs. Youth and adults participate in sports leagues including basketball, softball, volleyball, lacrosse, bocce ball and kickball leagues. The Cubbies Program provides youth ages 3 to 5 the opportunity to be introduced to organized T-ball in a non-competitive, nurturing environment.

GOALS  Offer a variety of youth and adult sports leagues.  Offer an 8 week learn-to-swim program including group and private lessons at two locations.  Provide recreational swim opportunities, special events and individual and group swim passes.  Offer a Junior Lifeguard program to develop future Town part-time seasonal employees.  Offer health and fitness classes.  Utilize customer request and wait lists to establish new classes and programs and/or additional sessions of popular activities.  Manage program revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS Aquatics expenditures reflect programming at the new San Ramon Valley High School Pool and increased cost of lifeguard certifications. Adult Sports expenditures reflect the continued popularity of and high demand expressed for softball, kickball, bocce ball and basketball. The Town’s Learn-to-Swim Program will continue to meet customer demands with group and private lessons and a day camp swim lesson option. Temporary salaries include funding for seasonal part-time employees to assist with classes, programs, camps and aquatics. Materials and Supplies include $18,675 for sports equipment and team uniforms, $2,515 for staff uniforms, and $6,500 for software maintenance. Contracted Services include $29,750 for softball and basketball officials, $215,638 for instructor fees and $2,400 for transportation. Program Activities include admission charges.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

193,568 138,534 2,608 16,555 223,265 1,476 3,749

TOTALS:

$

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

196,962 156,347 4,384 24,490 247,788 4,142 3,840

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

196,962 156,347 4,384 24,490 247,788 4,142 3,840

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

196,962 156,347 4,384 24,490 247,788 4,142 3,840

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

206,640 166,922 4,384 27,690 247,788 3,950 5,120

579,757 $

637,952 $

637,952

$

637,952

$

662,493

Parks & Recreation

$ $

-22,299 602,056

$ $

9,279 $ 9,279 628,673 $ 628,673

$ $

9,279 628,673

$ $

23,820 638,673

TOTALS:

$

579,757

$

637,952

$

637,952

$

662,493

FUNDING General Fund

$ 637,952

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Supervisor Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00 8.00

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Teens

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Teen Services provides recreational, social and educational experiences for youth ages 11 to 18. Youth security and safety is strengthened by providing positive alternatives for youth during the hours of 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. when youth are more vulnerable to crime and violence. After school teen programs are offered at all Danville middle schools providing a safe place to hang out, learn new skills, develop friendships and receive adult support. The Town utilizes the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets to design programs which promote the healthy development of youth. The Danville Youth Council fosters leadership development, planning and decision-making skills, responsibility and service to others. Teen events, such as the monthly Friday Night Out program, offer youth ages 12 to 18 an opportunity to participate in a program which encourages active lifestyles.

GOALS:

 Provide a variety of activities and experiences that offer opportunities for social, leadership and decision-making skill development for teens including classes, workshops, special events and excursions.  Provide the free Student Union Program at the Teen Centers located on the Charlotte Wood, Diablo Vista and Los Cerros middle school campuses.  Coordinate the Danville Youth Council.  Offer day camp and excursion experiences that allow youth to explore the community, socialize and make friends.  Develop partnerships with community agencies to expand resources and collaborate on services and programs.

HIGHLIGHTS Enrichment programs aimed at middle and high school students will be continued to ensure opportunities for teens to enhance their positive leisure time skills. Activities such as the summer DesTEENation Camp anticipate a 20% increase in participation from the previous year due to growth in program popularity. The Danville Youth Council will continue to focus on identifying additional ways to partner with high school clubs, including participation in various events, advocacy efforts, and ongoing communication with local teens. Temporary Salaries include funding for part-time temporary employees to assist with classes, programs and activities. Materials and Supplies include $8,260 for dues, advertising, training and Live Scan, $5,000 for furniture, $4,800 for concessions supplies at 3 locations $4,140 for afterschool program supplies at 3 locations and $3,020 for application software and staff uniforms. Contracted Services include $16,950 for transportation, $11,605 for instructor fees. Program Activities include $27,600 for admission charges.

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EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

71,932 85,543 1,305 21,837 19,494 970 18,027

TOTALS:

$

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

86,344 104,802 2,550 33,130 28,165 2,000 20,000

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

86,344 104,802 2,550 33,130 28,165 2,000 20,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

86,344 104,802 2,550 33,130 28,165 2,000 20,000

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

90,407 111,315 3,458 25,220 28,555 2,000 27,600

219,108 $

276,991 $

276,991

$

276,991

$

288,555

Parks & Recreation

$ $

136,322 82,786

$ $

155,784 $ 155,784 121,207 $ 121,207

$ $

155,784 121,207

$ $

166,983 121,572

TOTALS:

$

219,108

$

276,991

$

276,991

$

288,555

FUNDING General Fund

$ 276,991

PERSONNEL PERMANENT School Program Coordinator Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 0.25 1.00 1.25 4.50

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Youth

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Youth Services provides social, recreational and educational experiences for youth ages preschool to 10 by offering safe spaces to play and learn. Opportunities which enhance youth development include enrichment classes, day camps, excursions, events, and adaptive recreation activities for physically and developmentally disabled persons. Over 7,500 youth participate in programs and events offered by the Town each year. Familyfriendly special events, such as Children’s Fall Fest, Eggstravaganza, Elf Workshop and the Recreation Expo promote Danville’s small town atmosphere and create a sense of community. Adaptive recreation programs and services are available for physically and developmentally disabled youth and young adults.

GOALS  Provide a variety of activities and experiences that offer opportunities for social and physical skill development for children including classes, workshops, special events and excursions.  Offer opportunities for child/parent programs.  Offer enrichment classes.  Provide winter and spring school break camps.  Coordinate the R.A.D.D. (Recreation Activities for the Developmentally Disabled) Program for youth and young adults ages 15 years and older.  Offer a comprehensive 8 week summer day camp program.  Coordinate family-friendly special events.  Manage program revenues and expenditures within the established cost recovery plan.

HIGHLIGHTS Contract Classes/Camps are increased due to popularity of contract classes such as Kids @ Play, Kids' Carpentry as well as the continued success of traditional camps offered, including Danville Day Camps and Osage Adventure Day Camps. Temporary salaries include funding for part-time temporary employees to assist with classes, programs and activities. Materials and Supplies include $18,309 for class, camp and event supplies, $1,500 for software maintenance and $1,590 for staff uniforms, marketing materials and postage. Contracted Services include $7,200 for transportation, $142,414 for instructors and speakers.

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YOUTH

EXPENDITURES

Employee Expenses Temporary Salaries Administration Materials & Supplies Contracted Services Equipment Program Activities

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

78,648 94,993 1,735 24,420 130,551 2,157 7,025

TOTALS:

$

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

75,188 91,798 2,602 21,683 153,856 4,200 9,600

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

75,188 91,798 2,602 21,683 153,856 4,200 9,600

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

75,188 91,798 2,602 21,683 153,856 4,200 9,600

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

81,849 105,778 2,677 21,399 149,614 4,200 8,320

339,530 $

358,928 $

358,928

$

358,928

$

373,837

Parks & Recreation

$ $

-36,568 376,097

$ $

-42,761 $ -42,761 401,689 $ 401,689

$ $

-42,761 401,689

$ $

1,677 372,160

TOTALS:

$

339,530

$

358,928

$

358,928

$

373,837

FUNDING General Fund

$ 358,928

PERSONNEL PERMANENT Program Coordinator TOTAL PERMANENT FTE: TEMPORARY FTE: *

FTE 1.00 1.00 4.00

* part-time temporary hours converted to full time equivalents (FTE)

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Asset Replacement

Asset Replacement


ASSET REPLACEMENT

Asset Replacement

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Asset Replacement

$

163,967

$

224,326

$

261,764

$

251,483 $

430,326

TOTALS:

$

163,967

$

224,326

$

261,764

$

251,483 $

430,326

Asset Replacement - General Building & Planning Gas Tax General Fund L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone D P S Abandoned Vehicle Abate Peg Fee Technology Fund

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

123,775 0 0 0 13,397 13,397 13,397 0 0 0

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

190,325 0 14,500 0 0 0 19,500 0 1 0

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

209,163 0 14,500 0 0 0 19,500 0 9,801 8,800

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

208,189 0 14,500 2,189 0 0 21,689 0 4,917 0

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

222,325 62,000 0 0 14,000 14,000 52,000 66,000 1 0

TOTALS:

$

163,967

$

224,326

$

261,764

$

251,483 $

430,326

FUNDING

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Asset Replacement

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Asset Replacement Program provides for the ongoing replacement of Town-owned capital assets, including: vehicles, office and IT equipment, building furnishings and other materials per established replacement schedules and criteria.

GOALS  Maintain a current fixed asset inventory for all assets valued over $5,000, with a useful life of two or more years.  Replace capital assets based upon an annual review by department heads, based upon the need to maintain safety standards and promote efficiency in all areas of the Town government.  Ensure that all Town-owned vehicles and equipment are in safe working condition, with maintenance costs deemed to be reasonable in comparison to the value and remaining life of the asset.  Replace Town vehicles in accordance with an established Vehicle Replacement Policy which identifies various classes of vehicles and designates specific replacement criteria for each class.

HIGHLIGHTS Materials & Supplies include $60,200 for Microsoft licensing costs. Equipment includes: $25,000 to replace 5 portable (“Toughbook”) computers used in Police Patrol & Parking Enforcement vehicles, $15,000 to replace 15 outdated computers, $4,126 to replace 15 monitors with flat panels, $13,500 to replace one copier, $8,000 to upgrade/replace network firewall, and $8,500 to purchase one color plotter. Vehicles include:  Development Services – Building- $31,000 to replace one 2001 Ford Ranger with one electric Ford Focus and $31,000 to replace one 2001 Ford Taurus with one electric Ford Focus.  Maintenance Services - $24,000 to replace one 2001 Ford Ranger with one Ford F-150; $56,000 to replace two 2003 Ford F-250’s with service bodies with two Ford F-250’s with service bodies;  Police - Patrol - $88,000 to replace two 2005 Ford Crown Victorias with two Chevrolet Caprices (includes purchase of new light bars and equipment);  Police Parking Enforcement - $33,000 to replace one 1998 Ford Econoline van with one electric Ford Focus and $33,000 to replace one 2001 G0-4 Wheel with one electric Ford Focus. 128

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ASSET REPLACEMENT

EXPENDITURES Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Materials & Supplies Equipment Vehicles

$ $ $

60,160 $ 103,807 $ 0 $

60,200 $ 65,126 $ 99,000 $

60,200 102,564 99,000

$ $ $

60,200 92,283 99,000

$ $ $

60,200 74,126 296,000

TOTALS:

$

163,967 $

224,326 $

261,764

$

251,483

$

430,326

General Fund Peg Fee P S Abandoned Vehicle Abate Building & Planning Gas Tax L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone D Technology Fund Asset Replacement - General

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 0 0 0 0 13,397 13,397 13,397 0 123,775

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 1 0 0 14,500 0 0 19,500 0 190,325

$ 0 $ 9,801 $ 0 $ 0 $ 14,500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 19,500 $ 8,800 $ 209,163

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,189 4,917 0 0 14,500 0 0 21,689 0 208,189

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

0 1 66,000 62,000 0 14,000 14,000 52,000 0 222,325

TOTALS:

$

163,967

$

224,326

$ 261,764

$

251,483

$

430,326

FUNDING

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Successor Agency

Successor Agency


Successor AgencySUCCESSOR AGENCY Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Successor Agency

$

1,992,107

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480 $ 1,358,092

TOTALS:

$

1,992,107

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480 $ 1,358,092

RPTTF 20% LM Successor Agency RPTTF

$ $

11,816 1,980,291

$ $

0 1,354,480

$ $

0 1,354,480

$ $

0 $ 1,354,480 $

0 1,358,092

TOTALS:

$

1,992,107

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480

$

1,354,480 $

1,358,092

FUNDING

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Successor Agency

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Danville Community Development (Redevelopment) Agency was established in 1986 in accordance with state-enacted Community Redevelopment Law, and was responsible for carrying out the goals of the 1986 Redevelopment Plan. Implementation of those goals assisted private property owners and businesses, spurred private re-investment in the project area and reduced or eliminated blighted conditions that existed when the Agency was established. In 2011, the State enacted ABx1 26, which eliminated all redevelopment agencies throughout the state. Effective February 1, 2012, the Community Development Agency (CDA) was dissolved and all assets were transferred to the Town, acting as the Successor Agency for the former CDA. The role of the Successor Agency is to wind down the affairs of the former CDA. The Successor Agency is responsible for biannually developing a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS), which lists all ongoing obligations of the former CDA, and allows the Successor Agency to receive Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund revenues to meet those obligations. The ROPS must be approved by the Successor Agency’s Oversight Board, the State Department of Finance and the County Auditor-Controller. The Successor Agency will also be required to liquidate assets, including real property assets, held by the former CDA. This process also requires approval of the Successor Agency’s Oversight Board and in some cases, all taxing entities within the Town. On June 27, 2012, the State passed AB 1484, adding significant new and modified actions and deadlines associated with the ongoing dissolution process.

HIGHLIGHTS The Town has elected to serve as the Successor Agency to the former CDA for the purpose of winding down the CDA and continuing to make payments on enforceable obligations, as defined under ABx1 26 and AB 1484. Successor Agency costs for 2014/15 include Enforceable Obligations as shown on the two ROPS that either have been or will be filed with the State. Total available Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) revenues are projected to be sufficient to fully fund all recognized obligations, including 2014/15 debt service payments associated with the outstanding 2001 and 2005 Certificates of Participation and Taxable Revenue Bonds, and administrative costs allowed by statute. Danville’s ability to recoup $8.7 million in outstanding principal and interest loaned by the Town to the CDA remains very much in question pursuant to both ABx1 26 and AB 1484. In January 2014, Danville became one of over 80 municipalities statewide that have filed suit against the State of California, challenging both the validity and methodology related to AB 1484, and seeking to recover the re-payment of the $8.7 million owed to the Town by the former CDA. 132

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SUCCESSOR AGENCY

EXPENDITURES Actual FY 2013

Adopted Budget FY 2014

$ 0 $ 20,000 $ 157,600 $ 27,150 $ 1,149,730

Amended Budget FY 2014

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Administration Contracted Services Program Activities Debt Service

$ 11,816 $ 95 $ 141,267 $ 7,196 $ 1,831,733

$ 0 $ 20,000 $ 157,600 $ 27,150 $ 1,149,730

$ 0 $ 20,000 $ 157,600 $ 27,150 $ 1,149,730

$ 0 $ 4,000 $ 155,112 $ 38,269 $ 1,160,711

TOTALS:

$ 1,992,107 $ 1,354,480 $ 1,354,480

$ 1,354,480

$ 1,358,092

Successor Agency RPTTF RPTTF 20% LM

$ 1,980,291 $ 11,816

$ 1,354,480 $ 0

$1,354,480 $ 0

$ 1,354,480 $ 0

$ 1,358,092 $ 0

TOTALS:

$ 1,992,107

$ 1,354,480

$1,354,480

$ 1,354,480

$ 1,358,092

FUNDING

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Assessment Districts

Assessment Districts


Assessment Districts ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

PROGRAMS

Projected Expenditure FY 2014

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Assessment District Debt Service $

1,298,728

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577 $

477,962

TOTALS:

$

1,298,728

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577 $

477,962

Neriad A D 2005A (97-1) Sycamore Valley A D (93-2) Tassajara Ranch A D (97-2)

$ $ $

448,713 0 850,015

$ $ $

451,527 5 775,045

$ $ $

451,527 5 775,045

$ $ $

451,527 $ 5 $ 775,045 $

442,861 5 35,095

TOTALS:

$

1,298,728

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577

$

1,226,577 $

477,962

FUNDING

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Assessment Districts

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Town of Danville acts as trustee for three assessment districts that were initially formed between 1985 and 1990 to finance public infrastructure improvements required to mitigate new development that occurred in the Sycamore Valley, Crow Canyon Corridor and Northeast Danville. Subsequent to their formation, the debt associated with each of these districts has been re-financed in order to lower interest rates and reduce the cost to property owners. The three assessment districts are:  Sycamore Valley Assessment District (matured) – The Sycamore Valley Assessment District was retired in September 2006. Because the District improvement fund continues to maintain a fund balance, the District continues to be included in the Budget. However, property owners within the former District area of benefit are no longer paying special assessments.  Tassajara Ranch Assessment District (matured) – The Tassajara Ranch Assessment District was retired in September 2013. Because the District improvement fund continues to maintain a fund balance, the District continues to be included in the Budget. However, property owners within the former District area of benefit are no longer paying special assessments.  Northeast Roadway Improvement Assessment District – Town authorized issuance of $6,290,000 in Limited Obligation Bonds on June 5, 1990; re-financed the bonds on October 7, 1997, issuing $5,865,000; and re-financed a second time on February 15, 2005, issuing $3,855,000. Northeast Roadway Improvement Assessment District Bonds are due to mature on September 2, 2015.

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ASSESSMENT DISTRICT D S

EXPENDITURES Adopted Budget FY 2014

Actual FY 2013

Amended Budget FY 2014

Adopted Budget FY 2015

Projected Expenditures FY 2014

Administration Contracted Services Debt Service

$ 34,378 $ 34,933 $ 34,933 $ 17,379 $ 21,089 $ 21,089 $ 1,246,971 $ 1,170,556 $ 1,170,556

$ 34,933 $ 21,089 $ 1,170,556

$ $ $

34,933 21,089 421,940

TOTALS:

$ 1,298,728 $ 1,226,577 $ 1,226,577

$ 1,226,577

$

477,962

Sycamore Valley A D (93-2) Tassajara Ranch A D (97-2) Neriad A D 2005A (97-1)

$ $ $

TOTALS:

$ 1,298,728

FUNDING 0 850,015 448,713

$ $ $

5 775,045 451,527

$ 5 $ 775,045 $ 451,527

$ $ $

5 775,045 451,527

$ $ $

5 35,095 442,861

$ 1,226,577

$1,226,577

$ 1,226,577

$

477,962

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Ten Year Porjections

10 Year Projections


Ten-year Forecast TEN YEAR FORECAST Ten year forecasts are reviewed and updated annually to assist with fiscal planning and to ensure the ongoing sustainability of service delivery, based upon revenues that are forecast to be available. The global economy, State actions affecting local governments, or changes local to Danville, all have the potential to affect the revenue structure upon which the Town government relies to deliver municipal services. Similarly, changes in service delivery prompted by changing resident needs presents the potential for increased costs. The 2011 passage of ABx1 26 dissolved the Danville Community Development (redevelopment) Agency (CDA). Subsequently, in 2012, the State passed AB 1484 imposing additional requirements related to the dissolution process. These statutory changes have had a significant impact upon the Town. Of greatest concern related to the future forecasts is the ability of the Town to receive re-payment of the outstanding $8.7 million loan balance owed to the Town by the former CDA pursuant to the 1987 Town/CDA Cooperation Agreement. As allowed under AB 1484, in November 2013 ,the Town and the Successor Agency approved re-entering the re-stated 1987 Town/CDA Cooperation Agreement. Subsequently, in January 2014, the Town filed suit against the State of California, challenging the validity and methodology related to AB 1484, and seeking to recover the re-payment of the $8.7 million owed to the Town by the former CDA. As a result, revenues from the annual loan payments of $800,000 to $1 million that are due to the Town through 2024/25, have been included in the ten-year forecasts. These funds would be designated to fund future capital projects, and would only be appropriated should the Town prevail in the lawsuit, and receive the funds. This would have a significant positive impact upon the Town’s General Fund and the ability to fund future capital projects. While overall revenues are stable, Danville is a largely built out community, meaning that additional revenue growth resulting from expansion will be limited. The ten-year forecasts assume a “current scenario” for Town size and service delivery, i.e., while infill growth is assumed within current Town boundaries, no annexation is assumed. In addition, the forecasts include no increases in General Fund Solid Waste Franchise or Business License Tax; Police Funds; Gas Tax; LLAD; or Clean Water Program revenues.

Revenues Ten-year estimates forecast a 9.7% increase in total Town revenues, from $32,900,602 in 2014/15 to $36,096,291 in 2023/24. General Fund revenues are forecast to increase by 14.9%, from $22,170,702 to $25,484,390; and Special Revenue funds are projected to decline by 3.2% from 8,570,792 in 2014/15 to $8,299,029 in 2023/24, reflecting flat revenues in the Gas Tax, Clean Water LLAD and Donations funds combined with conservative building activity projections for the Building and Planning Fund and Engineering Fund. Asset Replacement General and Library funds receive interest revenue, with no new General Fund or Special Revenue funding. Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) revenues will cover the approved, outstanding debt of the Successor Agency, plus allowable administrative costs, which are nominal. Additional RPTTF funds are shown to cover loan repayment to the Town by the former CDA. However these revenues would only be appropriated should the Town prevail in its current lawsuit against the State, and receive the funds. General Fund

Property Tax revenues are forecast to increase by 19.5%, from $10,767,190 in 2014/15 to $12,867,789 in 2023/24. The Property Tax revenues are projected to increase at a rate of 2% annually, through 2023/24. Property Transfer Tax is projected to increase 19.5% from $508,960 in 2014/15 to $608,254 in 2023/24. The Property Transfer Tax is projected to increase 2% annually through 2023/24.

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Ten-year Forecast TEN YEAR FORECAST

Sales Tax and Sales Tax Triple Flip revenues are reported separately through 2016/17. The Sales Tax Triple Flip expires in October 2016, and, due to the 3 month lag in the distribution of Sales Tax Triple Flip revenues, one extra quarter of this revenue will be received in 2016/17. Sales Tax and Sales Tax Triple flip revenues are forecast to increase by 1% annually from $3,826,113 and $1,345,492 in 2014/15 to a consolidated amount of $5,656,109 in 2023/24.

Transient Occupancy Tax revenues are projected to increase 1% annually from $110,677 in 2014/15 to $121,046 in 2023/24.

Business License Tax revenues are held essentially flat at the 2014/15 amount of $360,399 through 2023/24. Franchise Fees for Cable TV are increased 1% from $816,307 in 2014/15 to $892,783,in 2023/24. Franchise fees for Solid Waste are held flat at $675,366 through 2023/24. Gas and Electric franchise fees were held flat at $500,789 through 2023/24, reflecting rate increases offset by increased use of photovoltaic panels Townwide. Motor Vehicle in-lieu fees have been reduced by the state and only include R&T 11001.5(b) “excess” fees, which are forecast to remain flat at $18,486 through 2023/24. Fines and Forfeitures are forecast to remain flat at $227,860 through 2023/24. Use of Money and Property is projected to increase by .3% annually, reflecting continued low rates on fixed income investments. All remaining General Fund revenue sources are projected to increase 1% between 2012/13 and 2023/24.

Park and Recreation total revenues are forecast to increase approximately 2.5% annually, from $2,270,094 in 2014/15 to $2,817,591 in 2023/24. Charges for services are forecast to increase 3% annually with other revenues increasing only minimally. Special Revenue Funds Except as noted below, projected fund balances in all Special Revenue Funds are forecast to be adequate to cover activity through 2023/24.

Clean Water Program - The Town has managed and contained program costs through participation in the countywide Clean Water program and addressing other requirements at a local level. Combined with annual assessment revenues, sufficient fund balance exists to maintain current service levels through 2023/24. However, the current Municipal Regional Permit (MRP) is due to be renewed in late 2014. Additional revenues that may be required to comply with the new MRP requirements are not included in the 10 year forecast.

Town-wide Lighting and Landscape Assessment District (LLAD) 1983-1 – Current LLAD expenditures significantly exceed annual assessment revenues in three of the four benefit zones. As a result, projections show that fund balances would decline in Zones A, B and D without General Fund operating subsidies and transfers for capital projects. Subsidies and transfers into the LLAD total $780,482 in 2014/15 and include $25,000 for capital projects and $755,482 for operations. As Maintenance costs will continue to increase, General Fund transfers will increasingly be focused on operating expenses. No General Fund revenues are available to support LLAD capital projects after 2016/17. The operating subsidy decreases to $565,000 in 2017/18, rises to 660,000 in 2020/21 and drops slightly to $649,000 by 2023/24. Zone A’s fund balance runs negative in 2021/22 and Zone D’s fund balance runs negative in 2022/23. Increased efficiencies, use of temporary employees and minor service level reductions continue to be implemented in order to offset increasing costs. SLESF and Donation revenues were held flat from 2014/15 through 2023/24. 140

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Ten-year Forecast TEN YEAR FORECAST

Expenditures Ten-year estimates forecast a 22.5% increase in Town operating expenditures from $28,132,284 in 2014/15 to $34,449,612 in 2023/24. Forecasts assume that the Town Government continues to operate in its current organizational structure, at staffing levels that represent current levels. Service delivery is presumed to continue under the current combination of in-house and contract (no assumptions are made regarding converting to a municipal PD). Successor Agency expenditures are limited to enforceable obligations that are approved as part of the Recognized Obligation Schedules which are reviewed and approved by the State twice annually. The $6,317,328 increase in operating expenditures represents a growth rate of approximately 2% annually. Ten-year growth rates by department include: 6.3% for General Government, 44% for Police Services, 14.3% for Community Development/IT, 9.1% for Development Services, 12.9% for Maintenance Services, 22.5% for Recreation Services. Staffing changes are limited to reducing staffing by one Engineering Public Works Inspector in 2016/17. Future expenditures were shifted slightly to the General Fund in anticipation of stronger revenue growth in the General Fund versus the special revenue funds. In the General Fund, personnel costs were increased 1.3% annually, police costs were increased 4.6% annually and all other expenditures were increased 2% annually. In the special revenue funds, personnel costs were increased 1.2% and all other costs were increased 1.5% annually. Expenditure estimates do not assume voter or property owner approval of increases associated with the Clean Water Program, Town-wide LLAD or the Transient Occupancy Tax rate. Without these, or some other additional revenue sources, funding for capital projects and pavement management will fall below what is needed to maintain the Town’s infrastructure and meet residents’ expectations. Inability to increase these revenues would have a significant and detrimental impact upon the General Fund, and would undoubtedly require some level of corresponding service level reductions in order to partially offset increased operating expenses.

Transfers and Designations Transfers and/or designations from the General Fund include $1.7 million for CIP Pavement Management in 2014/15, $1.4 in 2015/16 through 2017/18, $1 million in 2018/19, $.5 million in 2019/20 and 2020/21, $.25 million in 2021/22 and 2022/23 and drops to $0 in 2023/24. Funding for other capital projects averages $406,797 from 2014/15 through 2021/22 and then drops off. Forecasts project 10 year average annual General Fund transfers of $840,000 for CIP Pavement Management, $332,756 for CIP General Purpose, $666,439 for LLAD operating and $7,500 for LLAD capital. Funding for future pavement management will be set aside by the General Fund, savings or reductions to other capital improvement projects and Measure J RTS funds.

SUMMARY Despite modest future revenue growth, ten-year forecasts show that the Town is fiscally sound for the next several years. The Town’s ability to receive re-payment of the outstanding $8.7 million loan by the former CDA is of major significance to the Town. Should the Town prevail in its current AB 1484 lawsuit against the State of California, annual loan payments of $800,000 to $1 million would be due to the Town through 2024/25. Without these funds the Town will be required to identify and raise additional revenues or make additional service level reductions. 141

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Fund Activity Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2014

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

GENERAL FUND 22,054,544

0 22,170,702

0 22,447,566

0 23,177,508

0 23,195,889

0 437,553 -19,410,374

800,000 437,553 -19,706,708

900,000 489,509 -20,267,354

900,000 330,458 -20,806,415

900,000 330,458 -21,364,656

-222,061 -572,530 -1,686,300 -354,837 245,995

-25,000 -755,482 -1,700,000 -421,065 800,000

-25,000 -795,325 -1,400,000 -449,396 900,000

-25,000 -690,585 -1,400,000 -585,966 900,000

0 -565,000 -1,400,000 -196,691 900,000

0

0

0

0

0

-500,000 0 500,000 245,995

0 -800,000 0 0

0 -900,000 0 0

0 -900,000 0 0

0 -900,000 0 0

216,604 93,096 -5,463

204,237 94,589 -558

198,268 95,493 -566

193,195 96,406 -575

189,026 97,328 -583

-100,000 -12,367

-100,000 -5,969

-100,000 -5,073

-100,000 -4,169

-100,000 -3,255

204,237

198,268

193,195

189,026

185,771

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

11,534

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Net Annual Change

102,400 -100,047

13,887 100,000 -100,048

13,839 100,000 -100,049

13,790 100,000 -100,049

13,741 100,000 -100,050

2,353

-48

-49

-49

-50

13,887

13,839

13,790

13,741

13,691

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

268,374

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Net Annual Change

20,389 -237 20,152

288,526 20,444 -66,242 -45,798

242,728 20,444 -245 20,199

262,927 20,444 -249 20,195

283,122 20,444 -253 20,191

288,526

242,728

262,927

283,122

303,313

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Transfer In Loan Repayment Transfer In Overhead Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer Out To L L A D Transfer Out to L L A D - Supplement Transfer Out To C I P-Pavement Transfer Out To C I P Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE LESS DESIGNATIONS

Designated Technology Designated for CDA EBRCSA ENDING FUND BALANCE

0

PEG FEE BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

P S SLESF

ENDING FUND BALANCE

P S ABANDONED VEHICLE ABATE

ENDING FUND BALANCE

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Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

0 ,508

0 23,195,889

0 23,564,494

0 23,940,340

0 24,323,582

0 24,714,380

0 25,112,896

0 25,484,390

,000 ,458 ,415

900,000 330,458 -21,364,656

1,000,000 330,458 -21,942,877

1,000,000 330,458 -22,541,912

1,000,000 330,458 -23,162,632

1,000,000 330,458 -23,805,948

1,000,000 330,458 -24,472,809

1,000,000 330,458 -25,164,209

,000 ,585 ,000 ,966 ,000

0 -565,000 -1,400,000 -196,691 900,000

0 -600,000 -1,000,000 -352,075 1,000,000

0 -650,000 -500,000 -578,886 1,000,000

0 -650,000 -500,000 -341,408 1,000,000

0 -660,000 -250,000 -328,891 1,000,000

0 -649,000 -250,000 -71,546 1,000,000

0 -649,000 0 -1,639 1,000,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 ,000 0 0

0 -900,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

0 -1,000,000 0 0

,195 ,406 -575

189,026 97,328 -583

185,771 98,260 -592

183,439 99,200 -601

182,038 100,150 -610

181,578 101,110 -619

182,069 102,079 -628

183,520 103,058 -638

,000 ,169

-100,000 -3,255

-100,000 -2,333

-100,000 -1,401

-100,000 -460

-100,000 491

-100,000 1,451

-100,000 2,420

,026

185,771

183,439

182,038

181,578

182,069

183,520

185,940

,790 ,000 ,049

13,741 100,000 -100,050

13,691 100,000 -100,051

13,640 100,000 -100,052

13,588 100,000 -100,052

13,536 100,000 -100,053

13,483 100,000 -100,054

13,429 100,000 -100,055

-49

-50

-51

-52

-52

-53

-54

-55

,741

13,691

13,640

13,588

13,536

13,483

13,429

13,374

,927 ,444 -249 ,195

283,122 20,444 -253 20,191

303,313 20,444 -257 20,187

323,500 20,444 -260 20,184

343,684 20,444 -80,264 -59,820

283,864 20,444 -268 20,176

304,039 20,444 -272 20,172

324,211 20,444 -276 20,168

,122

303,313

323,500

343,684

283,864

304,039

324,211

344,379

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Projected 2014

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

P S ASSET SEIZURE BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

41,057

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Net Annual Change

2,253 -30 2,223

43,280 1,259 -31 1,228

44,508 1,259 -31 1,228

45,736 1,259 -32 1,227

46,964 1,259 -32 1,227

43,280

44,508

45,736

46,964

48,191

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

1,788,383

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Less Operating Expenses Net Annual Change

2,223,910

1,928,277 2,454,620

2,252,250 2,437,743

2,595,750 2,254,334

2,729,924 2,163,465

-2,084,016 139,894

-2,130,647 323,973

-2,094,243 343,500

-2,120,160 134,174

-2,146,402 17,063

1,928,277

2,252,250

2,595,750

2,729,924

2,746,988

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

1,503,299

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Net Annual Change

210,090 -255,309 -45,219

1,458,080 203,500 -337,853 -134,353

1,323,727 156,200 -342,024 -185,824

1,137,903 156,200 -346,245 -190,045

947,858 156,200 -250,519 -94,319

1,458,080

1,323,727

1,137,903

947,858

853,540

2,200,839 1,191,997 -1,366,547

2,000,696 1,127,343 -1,207,551

1,920,489 1,127,343 -1,223,454

1,824,378 1,127,343 -1,239,569

1,712,151 1,127,343 -1,255,899

-25,593 -200,143

0 -80,208

0 -96,111

0 -112,226

0 -128,556

2,000,696

1,920,489

1,824,378

1,712,151

1,583,595

992,839 771,902 -211,862

933,924 706,986 -227,906

894,231 713,878 -230,710

652,938 720,839 -233,548

474,509 727,869 -236,421

0 -618,955 -58,915

-118,773 -400,000 -39,693

-124,461 -600,000 -241,293

-65,720 -600,000 -178,429

-41,465 -600,000 -150,017

933,924

894,231

652,938

474,509

324,492

ENDING FUND BALANCE

BUILDING & PLANNING

ENDING FUND BALANCE

ENGINEERING

ENDING FUND BALANCE

GAS TAX BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

MEASURE J BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Transfer Out To Pavement Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

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Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

736 259 -32 227

46,964 1,259 -32 1,227

48,191 1,259 -32 1,227

49,417 1,259 -33 1,226

50,643 1,259 -33 1,226

51,869 1,259 -34 1,225

53,094 1,259 -34 1,225

54,318 1,259 -35 1,224

964

48,191

49,417

50,643

51,869

53,094

54,318

55,542

750 334

2,729,924 2,163,465

2,746,988 2,126,617

2,700,633 2,120,971

2,621,729 2,121,817

2,516,431 2,257,972

2,519,706 2,167,393

2,404,475 2,139,220

160 174

-2,146,402 17,063

-2,172,972 -46,355

-2,199,875 -78,904

-2,227,115 -105,298

-2,254,697 3,275

-2,282,624 -115,231

-2,310,902 -171,682

924

2,746,988

2,700,633

2,621,729

2,516,431

2,519,706

2,404,475

2,232,793

903 200 245 045

947,858 156,200 -250,519 -94,319

853,540 156,200 -254,846 -98,646

754,894 156,200 -259,227 -103,027

651,867 156,200 -263,662 -107,462

544,405 156,200 -268,152 -111,952

432,453 156,200 -272,699 -116,499

315,954 156,200 -277,301 -121,101

858

853,540

754,894

651,867

544,405

432,453

315,954

194,853

378 343 569

1,712,151 1,127,343 -1,255,899

1,583,595 1,127,343 -1,272,447

1,438,491 1,127,343 -1,289,216

1,276,618 1,127,343 -1,306,208

1,097,753 1,127,343 -1,323,427

901,670 1,127,343 -1,340,876

688,137 1,127,343 -1,358,557

0 226

0 -128,556

0 -145,104

0 -161,873

0 -178,865

0 -196,084

0 -213,533

0 -231,214

151

1,583,595

1,438,491

1,276,618

1,097,753

901,670

688,137

456,923

938 839 548

474,509 727,869 -236,421

324,492 734,970 -239,329

178,668 742,142 -242,274

178,535 749,385 -245,255

182,665 756,701 -248,273

191,093 764,090 -251,329

203,854 771,553 -254,422

720 000 429

-41,465 -600,000 -150,017

-41,465 -600,000 -145,825

0 -500,000 -132

0 -500,000 4,130

0 -500,000 8,428

0 -500,000 12,761

0 -500,000 17,131

509

324,492

178,668

178,535

182,665

191,093

203,854

220,985

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Projected 2014

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

CLEAN WATER 576,545 -783,967

1,033,683 579,036 -615,917

990,031 579,640 -624,363

937,632 580,250 -632,928

874,538 580,860 -641,612

-22,000 -229,422

-6,771 -43,652

-7,676 -52,399

-10,416 -63,094

0 -60,752

1,033,683

990,031

937,632

874,538

813,786

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

-14,111

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Transfer In From Asset Repl. General Fund Subsidy Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer Overhead To Gen Fund Net Annual Change

577,464

240,331 579,462

314,243 579,462

391,670 579,462

473,353 579,462

0 360,530 -629,110

14,000 383,670 -848,779

10,139 401,582 -859,314

10,180 416,465 -869,982

10,222 315,000 -880,787

-54,442 254,442

-54,442 73,911

-54,442 77,427

-54,442 81,683

-54,442 -30,545

240,331

314,243

391,670

473,353

442,808

1,168,228 752,623

989,993 752,969

940,923 752,969

883,832 752,969

817,662 752,969

50,000 0 0 -860,140

25,000 14,000 0 -745,320

25,000 14,883 0 -754,226

25,000 14,821 0 -763,241

0 14,808 0 -772,368

-50,000 -70,718 -178,235

-25,000 -70,718 -49,069

-25,000 -70,718 -57,092

-25,000 -70,718 -66,169

0 -70,718 -75,309

989,993

940,923

883,832

817,662

742,353

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

1,263,105

L L A D - ZONE A

ENDING FUND BALANCE

L L A D - ZONE B BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Transfer In From C I P Transfer In From Asset Repl. General Fund Subsidy Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Transfer Overhead To Gen Fund Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

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ed

Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

632 250 928

874,538 580,860 -641,612

813,786 581,471 -650,418

744,838 581,661 -659,347

667,153 582,467 -668,400

581,219 583,377 -677,580

487,016 584,138 -686,889

384,266 584,749 -696,327

416 094

0 -60,752

0 -68,947

0 -77,686

0 -85,934

0 -94,203

0 -102,751

0 -111,578

538

813,786

744,838

667,153

581,219

487,016

384,266

272,687

670 462

473,353 579,462

442,808 579,462

311,363 579,462

168,879 579,462

16,625 579,462

-151,993 579,462

-344,306 579,462

180 465 982

10,222 315,000 -880,787

10,263 225,000 -891,728

10,305 225,000 -902,809

11,757 225,000 -914,031

11,757 220,000 -925,395

11,571 208,000 -936,904

11,571 208,000 -948,560

442 683

-54,442 -30,545

-54,442 -131,445

-54,442 -142,484

-54,442 -152,254

-54,442 -168,618

-54,442 -192,313

-54,442 -203,969

353

442,808

311,363

168,879

16,625

-151,993

-344,306

-548,275

832 969

817,662 752,969

742,353 752,969

657,793 752,969

563,868 752,969

460,042 752,969

346,630 752,969

223,569 752,969

000 821 0 241

0 14,808 0 -772,368

0 14,796 0 -781,607

0 14,784 0 -790,960

0 14,352 0 -800,429

0 14,352 0 -810,015

0 14,407 0 -819,719

0 14,407 0 -829,543

000 718 169

0 -70,718 -75,309

0 -70,718 -84,560

0 -70,718 -93,925

0 -70,718 -103,826

0 -70,718 -113,412

0 -70,718 -123,061

0 -70,718 -132,885

662

742,353

657,793

563,868

460,042

346,630

223,569

90,684

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Fund Activity Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2014

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

L L A D - ZONE C 669,726

1,179,333 669,986

863,158 669,986

799,168 669,986

726,253 669,986

0 0 -584,297

0 0 -598,789

0 0 -605,158

0 12,125 -611,595

0 12,114 -618,102

-97,455 -48,431 -60,457

-338,941 -48,431 -316,175

-80,388 -48,431 -63,991

-95,000 -48,431 -72,915

-95,000 -48,431 -79,433

1,179,333

863,158

799,168

726,253

646,820

845,416 1,124,405

635,015 1,127,911

647,371 1,129,186

631,692 1,130,480

480,354 1,131,794

172,061 19,500 212,000 -1,447,858

0 52,000 371,812 -1,420,919

0 22,863 393,743 -1,443,023

0 22,845 274,120 -1,460,336

0 22,826 250,000 -1,477,862

-172,061 -118,448 -210,401

0 -118,448 12,356

0 -118,448 -15,679

0 -118,448 -151,338

0 -118,448 -191,690

635,015

647,371

631,692

480,354

288,663

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

25,759

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Net Annual Change

152,628 -153,285

25,102 152,687 -150,800

26,989 152,687 -150,810

28,867 152,687 -150,819

30,735 152,687 -150,829

-657

1,887

1,878

1,868

1,858

25,102

26,989

28,867

30,735

32,593

2,455,758 34,661

2,149,850 35,450

1,879,356 35,450

1,626,614 35,450

1,371,571 35,450

-321,069

-225,944

-228,221

-230,522

-232,846

-19,500 -305,908

-80,000 -270,494

-59,970 -252,741

-59,971 -255,043

-59,970 -257,366

2,149,850

1,879,356

1,626,614

1,371,571

1,114,205

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Transfer In From C I P Transfer In From Asset Repl. Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Transfer Overhead To Gen Fund Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

1,239,790

L L A D - ZONE D BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Transfer In From C I P Transfer In From Asset Repl. General Fund Subsidy Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Transfer Overhead To Gen Fund Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

DONATIONS/CONTRIBUTIONS

ENDING FUND BALANCE

ASSET REPLACEMENT - GENERAL BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer Out To L L A D Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

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Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

99,168 69,986

726,253 669,986

646,820 669,986

560,800 669,986

562,779 669,986

558,037 669,986

546,547 669,986

528,191 669,986

0 12,125 11,595

0 12,114 -618,102

0 12,104 -624,679

0 11,751 -631,327

0 11,751 -638,048

0 11,796 -644,841

0 11,796 -651,707

0 11,796 -658,648

95,000 48,431 72,915

-95,000 -48,431 -79,433

-95,000 -48,431 -86,020

0 -48,431 1,979

0 -48,431 -4,742

0 -48,431 -11,490

0 -48,431 -18,356

0 -48,431 -25,297

26,253

646,820

560,800

562,779

558,037

546,547

528,191

502,894

31,692 30,480

480,354 1,131,794

288,663 1,133,127

205,545 1,134,480

155,152 1,135,854

87,948 1,137,248

18,817 1,138,663

-66,561 1,140,099

0 22,845 74,120 60,336

0 22,826 250,000 -1,477,862

0 22,807 375,000 -1,495,604

0 22,140 425,000 -1,513,566

0 22,140 425,000 -1,531,749

0 22,226 440,000 -1,550,157

0 22,200 441,000 -1,568,793

0 22,200 441,000 -1,587,659

0 18,448 51,338

0 -118,448 -191,690

0 -118,448 -83,118

0 -118,448 -50,394

0 -118,448 -67,204

0 -118,448 -69,131

0 -118,448 -85,378

0 -118,448 -102,807

80,354

288,663

205,545

155,152

87,948

18,817

-66,561

-169,369

28,867 52,687 50,819

30,735 152,687 -150,829

32,593 152,687 -150,839

34,441 152,687 -150,849

36,279 152,687 -150,859

38,107 152,687 -150,869

39,925 152,687 -150,879

41,733 152,687 -150,890

1,868

1,858

1,848

1,838

1,828

1,818

1,808

1,797

30,735

32,593

34,441

36,279

38,107

39,925

41,733

43,530

26,614 35,450

1,371,571 35,450

1,114,205 35,450

854,492 35,450

593,397 35,450

328,888 35,450

61,828 35,450

-207,519 35,450

30,522

-232,846

-235,193

-237,564

-239,960

-242,379

-244,823

-247,291

59,971 55,043

-59,970 -257,366

-59,970 -259,713

-58,980 -261,094

-60,000 -264,510

-60,131 -267,060

-59,974 -269,347

-59,974 -271,815

71,571

1,114,205

854,492

593,397

328,888

61,828

-207,519

-479,335

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Projected 2014

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

ASSET REPLACEMENT - LIB/CC 11,648

976,229 11,914

963,789 11,914

950,175 11,914

931,303 11,914

-1,177

-1,201

-1,219

-1,237

-1,255

-22,050 -11,579

-23,153 -12,440

-24,310 -13,615

-29,549 -18,872

-29,549 -18,890

976,229

963,789

950,175

931,303

912,413

0 1,354,480

0 2,159,108

0 2,256,600

0 2,124,527

0 2,136,772

-1,354,480

-1,359,108

-1,356,600

-1,224,527

-1,236,772

0 0

-800,000 0

-900,000 0

-900,000 0

-900,000 0

0

0

0

0

0

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

11,107

Operating Revenues Less Operating Expenses Net Annual Change

0 -546 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer For Capital Projects Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

987,808

SUCCESSOR AGENCY RPTTF BEGINNING FUND BALANCE

Operating Revenues Transfers In/Carry Forward Less Operating Expenses Less Transfers Out Transfer Loan Repayment Net Annual Change ENDING FUND BALANCE

RPTTF 20% LM

ENDING FUND BALANCE

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Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

0,175 1,914

931,303 11,914

912,413 11,914

892,664 11,914

903,285 11,914

713,886 11,914

724,468 11,914

735,030 11,914

1,237

-1,255

-1,274

-1,293

-1,313

-1,332

-1,352

-1,373

9,549 8,872

-29,549 -18,890

-30,388 -19,748

0 10,621

-200,000 -189,399

0 10,582

0 10,562

0 10,541

1,303

912,413

892,664

903,285

713,886

724,468

735,030

745,571

0 4,527

0 2,136,772

0 2,249,140

0 2,261,633

0 2,274,251

1 2,286,995

0 2,299,869

0 2,312,872

4,527

-1,236,772

-1,249,140

-1,261,633

-1,274,251

-1,286,996

-1,299,869

-1,312,872

0,000 0

-900,000 0

-1,000,000 0

-1,000,000 0

-1,000,000 0

-1,000,000 0

-1,000,000 0

-1,000,000 0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

10,561 0 0 0

0,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

10,561

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Revenue Projected Revenues 2014

Adopted Budget 2015

10,661,476 498,980 1,278,129 3,787,000 110,000 45,995 364,675 810,000 555,033 666,817 7,273 18,486 227,860 491,840 231,183 32,160 19,786,907

10,767,190 508,960 1,345,492 3,826,113 110,677 45,995 360,399 816,307 538,382 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 504,496 94,671 33,150 19,873,544

10,982,534 519,139 1,358,947 3,864,374 111,784 45,995 360,399 824,470 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 506,074 95,618 150 20,091,984

11,202,185 529,522 686,268 4,932,420 112,902 45,995 360,399 832,715 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 507,668 96,574 32,708 20,761,855

18,4 227,8 509,2 97,5 33,0 20,718,4

1,780,799 469,495 17,343 2,267,637

1,772,605 504,753 19,800 2,297,158

1,825,783 509,800 19,998 2,355,582

1,880,557 514,898 20,198 2,415,653

1,936,9 520,0 20,4 2,477,4

22,054,544

22,170,702

22,447,566

23,177,508

23,195,8

89,000 4,096 93,096

90,400 4,189 94,589

91,304 4,189 95,493

92,217 4,189 96,406

93,1 4,1 97,3

100,000 2,400 102,400

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,0

18,000 2,389 20,389

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,0 2,4 20,4

Projected 2016

Projec 2018

Projected 2017

GENERAL PURPOSE REVENUE GENERAL FUND

Property Taxes Transfer Tax Sales Tax Triple Flp Sales Tax Transient Occupancy Charges For Services Business License Franchise Cable Franchise Gas & Elec Franchise Solid Wast Intergovernmental Vehicle License Fees Fines & Forfeits Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Other Total

PARKS & RECREATION

Charges For Services Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

REVENUE SUBTOTAL

11,426,2 540,1

5,328,3 114,0 45,9 360,3 841,0 500,7 675,3

SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE PEG FEE

Franchise Cable Use Of Money & Prop. Total

P S SLESF

Intergovernmental Misc. Revenue Total

P S ABANDONED VEHICLE ABATE Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Total

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100,0


Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2018

Projected 2019

185 522 268 420 902 995 399 715 789 366 0 486 860 668 574 708 855

11,426,228 540,112 0 5,328,310 114,031 45,995 360,399 841,042 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 509,278 97,539 33,033 20,718,469

11,654,753 550,915 0 5,381,593 115,171 45,995 360,399 849,453 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 510,904 98,515 33,362 21,023,560

11,887,848 561,933 0 5,435,409 116,323 45,995 360,399 857,947 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 512,546 99,500 33,694 21,334,095

12,125,605 573,172 0 5,489,762 117,486 45,995 360,399 866,527 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 514,205 100,495 34,029 21,650,175

12,368,117 584,635 0 5,544,661 118,661 45,995 360,399 875,192 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 515,880 101,500 34,368 21,971,908

12,615,479 596,328 0 5,600,107 119,847 45,995 360,399 883,944 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 517,572 102,515 34,710 22,299,398

12,867,789 608,254 0 5,656,109 121,046 45,995 360,399 892,783 500,789 675,366 0 18,486 227,860 519,281 103,540 150 22,597,847

557 898 198 653

1,936,973 520,047 20,400 2,477,421

1,995,083 525,248 20,604 2,540,934

2,054,935 530,500 20,810 2,606,245

2,116,583 535,805 21,018 2,673,406

2,180,081 541,163 21,228 2,742,472

2,245,483 546,575 21,441 2,813,498

2,312,848 552,040 21,655 2,886,543

508

23,195,889

23,564,494

23,940,340

24,323,582

24,714,380

25,112,896

25,484,390

217 189 406

93,139 4,189 97,328

94,071 4,189 98,260

95,011 4,189 99,200

95,961 4,189 100,150

96,921 4,189 101,110

97,890 4,189 102,079

98,869 4,189 103,058

000 0 000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

100,000 0 100,000

000 444 444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

18,000 2,444 20,444

153

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

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Revenue

P S ASSET SEIZURE

Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Total

BUILDING & PLANNING Charges For Services Development Fees Total

ENGINEERING

Charges For Services Development Fees Total

GAS TAX

Gas Tax Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

MEASURE J

Intergovernmental Use Of Money & Prop. Total

CLEAN WATER

Special Assessment Charges For Services Use Of Money & Prop. Other Total

L L A D - ZONE A

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Total

L L A D - ZONE B

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Total

Projected Revenues 2014

Adopted Budget 2015

2,000 253 2,253

1,000 259 1,259

277,710 1,946,200 2,223,910

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

395,720 2,058,900 2,454,620

402,934 2,034,809 2,437,743

410,293 1,844,041 2,254,334

417,799 1,745,666 2,163,465

209,590 500 210,090

203,000 500 203,500

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

1,152,063 30,867 9,067 1,191,997

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

754,507 17,395 771,902

689,195 17,791 706,986

696,087 17,791 713,878

703,048 17,791 720,839

710,078 17,791 727,869

559,000 1,814 15,131 600 576,545

562,560 1,000 15,476 0 579,036

563,154 1,010 15,476 0 579,640

563,754 1,020 15,476 0 580,250

564,354 1,030 15,476 0 580,860

576,361 1,103 577,464

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

741,378 11,245 752,623

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

Projected 2016

L L A D - ZONE C

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Projected 2018

Projected 2019

Projected 2020

0 9 9

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

3 1 4

417,799 1,745,666 2,163,465

425,455 1,701,162 2,126,617

0 0 0

156,000 200 156,200

3 0 0 3

Projected 2021

Projected 2024

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

1,000 259 1,259

433,264 1,687,707 2,120,971

441,229 1,680,588 2,121,817

449,354 1,808,618 2,257,972

457,641 1,709,752 2,167,393

466,094 1,673,126 2,139,220

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

156,000 200 156,200

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

1,095,773 31,570 0 1,127,343

8 1 9

710,078 17,791 727,869

717,179 17,791 734,970

724,351 17,791 742,142

731,594 17,791 749,385

738,910 17,791 756,701

746,299 17,791 764,090

753,762 17,791 771,553

4 0 6 0 0

564,354 1,030 15,476 0 580,860

564,954 1,041 15,476 0 581,471

565,134 1,051 15,476 0 581,661

565,929 1,062 15,476 0 582,467

566,829 1,072 15,476 0 583,377

567,579 1,083 15,476 0 584,138

568,179 1,094 15,476 0 584,749

4 8 2

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

578,334 1,128 579,462

8 1 9

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

741,468 11,501 752,969

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Revenue Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Total

L L A D - ZONE D

Special Assessment Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

DONATIONS/CONTRIBUTIONS

Use Of Money & Prop. Misc. Revenue Total

REVENUE SUBTOTAL OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL

Projected Revenues 2014

Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

659,605 10,121 669,726

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

1,037,300 2,105 85,000 1,124,405

1,040,758 2,153 85,000 1,127,911

1,040,758 2,153 86,275 1,129,186

1,040,758 2,153 87,569 1,130,480

1,040,758 2,153 88,883 1,131,794

2,628 150,000 152,628

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

8,469,428

8,570,792

8,516,290

8,342,659

8,261,666

30,523,972

30,741,494

30,963,856

31,520,167

31,457,556

34,661 34,661

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

11,648 11,648

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

46,309

47,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

1,354,480 1,354,480

2,159,108 2,159,108

2,256,600 2,256,600

2,124,527 2,124,527

2,136,772 2,136,772

1,354,480

2,159,108

2,256,600

2,124,527

2,136,772

31,878,452

32,900,602

33,220,456

33,644,694

33,594,328

ASSET REPLACEMENT ASSET REPLACEMENT - GENERAL Use Of Money & Prop. Total

ASSET REPLACEMENT - LIB/CC Use Of Money & Prop. Total

REVENUE TOTAL

SUCCESSOR AGENCY SUCCESSOR AGENCY RPTTF Property Taxes Total

REVENUE TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL REVENUES

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Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

1,040,758 2,153 90,216 1,133,127

1,040,758 2,153 91,569 1,134,480

1,040,758 2,153 92,943 1,135,854

1,040,758 2,153 94,337 1,137,248

1,040,758 2,153 95,752 1,138,663

1,040,758 2,153 97,188 1,140,099

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,687 150,000 152,687

2,659

8,261,666

8,234,794

8,238,804

8,250,023

8,396,758

8,316,713

8,299,029

0,167

31,457,556

31,799,288

32,179,144

32,573,605

33,111,138

33,429,609

33,783,419

5,450 5,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

35,450 35,450

1,914 1,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

11,914 11,914

7,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

47,364

4,527 4,527

2,136,772 2,136,772

2,249,140 2,249,140

2,261,633 2,261,633

2,274,251 2,274,251

2,286,995 2,286,995

2,299,869 2,299,869

2,312,872 2,312,872

4,527

2,136,772

2,249,140

2,261,633

2,274,251

2,286,995

2,299,869

2,312,872

4,694

33,594,328

34,048,428

34,440,777

34,847,856

35,398,134

35,729,478

36,096,291

ected 017

Projected 2018

Projected 2019

9,635 0,351 9,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

659,635 10,351 669,986

0,758 2,153 7,569 0,480

1,040,758 2,153 88,883 1,131,794

2,687 0,000 2,687

Projected 2020

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Expenditure Projected Expenditures 2014

Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

GENERAL GOVERNMENT Town Council City Clerk Town Manager City Attorney Risk Management Finance Human Resources General Supplies Expanded Library Hours Total

170,979 227,906 746,827 426,064 352,116 1,071,782 431,208 76,206 198,113 3,701,201

157,945 256,072 706,264 371,014 381,100 913,973 426,940 76,206 206,310 3,495,824

159,997 259,677 717,488 376,216 388,722 926,552 432,576 77,643 210,436 3,549,306

162,078 263,333 726,832 381,493 396,496 939,306 438,289 79,108 214,645 3,601,580

164,187 267,043 736,298 386,846 404,426 952,239 444,079 80,602 218,938 3,654,657

1,256,578 4,640,261 977,393 664,726 500,700 91,329 225,410 8,356,397

1,287,824 4,827,127 1,022,874 693,195 533,907 96,893 226,843 8,688,663

1,354,189 5,046,492 1,067,582 719,898 544,873 98,150 230,246 9,061,430

1,402,488 5,275,914 1,114,316 747,734 556,315 99,424 233,699 9,429,890

1,452,809 5,515,853 1,163,169 776,752 568,253 100,715 237,205 9,814,756

254,229 948,861 827,795 618,614 533,041 279,122 3,461,662

265,802 802,800 767,159 665,712 311,982 251,070 3,064,525

269,108 814,023 776,355 674,617 316,715 258,964 3,109,782

272,455 825,411 785,662 683,641 321,524 267,165 3,155,858

275,844 836,966 795,081 692,787 326,410 275,686 3,202,774

221,859 1,253,625 375,187 627,550 782,479 3,260,700

229,138 1,247,341 462,518 654,839 614,399 3,208,235

232,003 1,263,099 468,319 663,325 622,823 3,249,568

234,904 1,279,059 474,192 671,920 631,364 3,291,439

237,841 1,295,224 380,139 680,628 640,025 3,233,856

POLICE SERVICES Police Mgmt/Community Services Patrol Traffic Investigation School Resource Program Disaster Preparedness Animal Control Total

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/IT Community Development /IT Mgmt Information Systems Planning Transportation Economic Development Town Wide Special Events Total

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Development Services Mgmt Building Engineering Capital Project Mgmt Clean Water Program Total

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Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

078 333 832 493 496 306 289 108 645 580

164,187 267,043 736,298 386,846 404,426 952,239 444,079 80,602 218,938 3,654,657

166,325 270,806 745,887 392,277 412,515 965,353 449,948 82,124 223,317 3,708,552

168,493 274,624 755,602 397,786 420,765 978,651 455,897 83,676 227,783 3,763,277

170,690 278,497 765,444 403,376 429,180 992,135 461,928 85,258 232,339 3,818,846

172,918 282,427 775,414 409,046 437,764 1,005,808 468,040 86,871 236,985 3,875,273

175,176 286,413 785,514 414,799 446,519 1,019,673 474,236 88,515 241,725 3,932,570

177,465 290,458 795,746 420,635 455,450 1,033,733 480,516 90,191 246,560 3,990,753

488 914 316 734 315 424 699 890

1,452,809 5,515,853 1,163,169 776,752 568,253 100,715 237,205 9,814,756

1,505,241 5,766,793 1,214,238 807,006 580,712 102,022 240,763 10,216,774

1,559,878 6,029,240 1,267,623 838,550 593,713 103,348 244,374 10,636,726

1,616,818 6,383,722 1,323,432 871,442 607,282 104,690 248,040 11,155,427

1,676,164 6,590,794 1,381,776 905,742 621,445 106,051 251,761 11,533,732

1,738,023 6,891,032 1,442,770 941,513 636,227 107,429 255,537 12,012,532

1,802,508 7,205,043 1,506,536 978,820 651,658 108,826 259,370 12,512,762

455 411 662 641 524 165 858

275,844 836,966 795,081 692,787 326,410 275,686 3,202,774

279,275 848,690 804,615 702,057 331,376 284,541 3,250,552

282,749 860,586 814,263 711,452 336,422 293,743 3,299,214

286,266 872,656 824,028 720,975 341,549 303,309 3,348,783

289,826 884,905 833,911 730,626 346,760 313,253 3,399,281

293,432 897,333 843,914 740,408 352,055 323,592 3,450,733

297,082 909,944 854,037 750,323 357,435 334,344 3,503,165

904 059 192 920 364 439

237,841 1,295,224 380,139 680,628 640,025 3,233,856

240,815 1,311,595 386,161 689,449 648,807 3,276,827

243,826 1,328,177 392,259 698,384 657,712 3,320,358

246,875 1,344,971 398,434 707,436 666,740 3,364,457

249,962 1,361,980 404,687 716,605 675,896 3,409,131

253,088 1,379,208 411,020 725,894 685,179 3,454,389

256,254 1,396,656 417,432 735,304 694,592 3,500,237

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Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Projected 2018

MAINTENANCE SERVICES Maintenance Services Mgmt Building Maintenance Equipment Parks Roadsides Street Lighting Streets Total

313,847 814,697 419,280 2,035,639 1,487,909 583,302 689,259 6,343,932

317,969 721,355 416,780 2,021,878 1,564,731 597,774 699,868 6,340,355

322,296 731,423 423,333 2,068,310 1,583,871 604,127 708,905 6,442,265

326,684 741,638 429,999 2,097,158 1,603,252 610,549 718,060 6,527,339

331,133 752,005 436,778 2,126,429 1,622,876 617,040 727,334 6,613,595

325,338 137,741 509,696 475,495 483,948 637,952 276,991 358,928 3,206,089

334,271 149,836 518,349 483,004 524,337 662,493 288,555 373,837 3,334,683

339,325 151,938 526,204 489,793 530,973 671,806 292,717 379,184 3,381,939

344,459 154,070 534,182 496,681 537,694 681,252 296,941 384,608 3,429,886

349,674 156,233 542,286 503,668 544,502 690,832 301,228 390,112 3,478,534

28,329,981

28,132,284

28,794,290

29,435,991

29,998,172

251,483 251,483

430,326 430,326

310,399 310,399

313,503 313,503

316,638 316,638

1,354,480 1,354,480

1,358,092 1,358,092

1,355,569 1,355,569

1,223,481 1,223,481

1,235,710 1,235,710

29,935,944

29,920,702

30,460,258

30,972,975

31,550,520

RECREATION SERVICES Recreation Mgmt Adults Seniors Cultural Arts Facilities Management Sports & Fitness Teens Youth Total OPERATING EXPENDITURES

ASSET REPLACEMENT Asset Replacement Total

SUCCESSOR AGENCY Successor Agency Total GRAND TOTAL

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Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

Projected 2022

Projected 2023

Projected 2024

84 38 99 58 52 49 60 39

331,133 752,005 436,778 2,126,429 1,622,876 617,040 727,334 6,613,595

335,644 762,524 443,675 2,156,130 1,642,747 623,602 736,729 6,701,051

340,219 773,199 450,690 2,186,268 1,662,868 630,234 746,247 6,789,725

344,858 784,032 457,826 2,216,849 1,683,242 636,938 755,890 6,879,634

349,562 795,025 465,085 2,247,880 1,703,872 643,714 765,659 6,970,797

354,332 806,180 472,469 2,279,368 1,724,762 650,564 775,555 7,063,232

359,170 817,502 479,981 2,311,321 1,745,916 657,488 785,581 7,156,957

59 70 82 81 94 52 41 08 86

349,674 156,233 542,286 503,668 544,502 690,832 301,228 390,112 3,478,534

354,971 158,427 550,517 510,758 551,397 700,549 305,579 395,695 3,527,893

360,351 160,652 558,877 517,950 558,382 710,405 309,995 401,361 3,577,973

365,817 162,909 567,370 525,247 565,456 720,401 314,478 407,109 3,628,787

371,369 165,199 575,996 532,651 572,622 730,540 319,028 412,941 3,680,345

377,009 167,521 584,758 540,162 579,880 740,824 323,645 418,858 3,732,657

382,738 169,877 593,658 547,782 587,232 751,255 328,333 424,862 3,785,737

91

29,998,172

30,681,649

31,387,274

32,195,934

32,868,558

33,646,113

34,449,612

03 03

316,638 316,638

319,805 319,805

323,003 323,003

326,233 326,233

329,495 329,495

332,790 332,790

336,118 336,118

81 81

1,235,710 1,235,710

1,248,062 1,248,062

1,260,538 1,260,538

1,273,140 1,273,140

1,285,868 1,285,868

1,298,725 1,298,725

1,311,710 1,311,710

75

31,550,520

32,249,516

32,970,815

33,795,307

34,483,921

35,277,628

36,097,440

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Adopted Budget 2015

Projected 2016

Projected 2017

Proje 201

APPROPRIATIONS BY FUND General Fund PEG Fee P S SLESF P S Abandoned Vehicle Abate P S Asset Seizure Building & Planning Engineering Child Care Impact Fee Gas Tax Measure J Clean Water L L A D - Zone A L L A D - Zone B L L A D - Zone C L L A D - Zone D Technology Fund Donations/Contributions Asset Replacement - General Asset Replacement - Lib/CC Civic Facilities Park Facilities Capital Improvement Park Dedication Impact Fee CTIP RTIP Tassajara Area Transportation Old Town Parking In Lieu NERIAD Assessment District Misc Development Fees SVAD Benefit District Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Res Tri-Valley Trans & Dev - Com SCC Regional SCC Sub Regional Dougherty Valley Fee Successor Agency RPTTF RPTTF 20% LM

19,398,374 5,463 100,047 237 30 2,084,016 255,309 223 1,366,547 211,862 783,967 629,110 860,140 584,297 1,447,858 190,295 152,035 321,069 1,177 5,369 5,322 160,578 1,911 762 348 303 478 1,094 175 38 81 92 8,363 2,300 400 1,354,480 546

19,706,708 558 100,048 66,242 31 2,130,647 337,853 227 1,207,551 227,906 615,917 848,779 745,320 598,789 1,420,919 0 150,800 225,944 1,201 5,476 5,428 148,053 1,949 857 309 303 563 1,515 250 44 92 94 8,363 2,400 459 1,359,108 0

20,267,354 566 100,049 245 31 2,094,243 342,024 231 1,223,454 230,710 624,363 859,314 754,226 605,158 1,443,023 0 150,810 228,221 1,219 5,559 5,510 149,895 1,978 870 313 308 571 1,538 254 45 93 95 8,488 2,436 466 1,356,600 0

20,806,415 575 100,049 249 32 2,120,160 346,245 234 1,239,569 233,548 632,928 869,982 763,241 611,595 1,460,336 0 150,819 230,522 1,237 5,642 5,593 151,760 2,008 883 318 312 580 1,561 258 45 95 97 8,616 2,473 473 1,224,527 0

21,364,

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29,934,694

29,920,702

30,460,258

30,972,975

31,550,

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2,146, 250,

1,255, 236, 641, 880, 772, 618, 1,477,

150, 232, 1, 5, 5, 153, 2,

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Projected 2019

Projected 2020

Projected 2021

,415 575 ,049 249 32 ,160 ,245 234 ,569 ,548 ,928 ,982 ,241 ,595 ,336 0 ,819 ,522 ,237 ,642 ,593 ,760 ,008 883 318 312 580 ,561 258 45 95 97 ,616 ,473 473 ,527 0

21,364,656 583 100,050 253 32 2,146,402 250,519 238 1,255,899 236,421 641,612 880,787 772,368 618,102 1,477,862 0 150,829 232,846 1,255 5,727 5,676 153,649 2,038 896 323 317 589 1,584 261 46 96 98 8,745 2,510 480 1,236,772 0

21,942,877 592 100,051 257 32 2,172,972 254,846 241 1,272,447 239,329 650,418 891,728 781,607 624,679 1,495,604 0 150,839 235,193 1,274 5,812 5,762 155,561 2,069 909 328 317 598 1,608 265 47 98 100 8,876 2,547 487 1,249,140 0

22,541,912 601 100,052 260 33 2,199,875 259,227 245 1,289,216 242,274 659,347 902,809 790,960 631,327 1,513,566 0 150,849 237,564 1,293 5,900 5,848 157,498 2,100 923 333 326 607 1,632 269 47 99 101 9,009 2,585 494 1,261,633 0

23,162,632 610 100,052 80,264 33 2,227,115 263,662 249 1,306,208 245,255 668,400 914,031 800,429 638,048 1,531,749 0 150,859 239,960 1,313 5,988 5,936 159,458 2,131 937 338 331 616 1,657 273 48 101 103 9,144 2,624 502 1,274,251 0

23,805,948 619 100,053 268 34 2,254,697 268,152 252 1,323,427 248,273 677,580 925,395 810,015 644,841 1,550,157 0 150,869 242,379 1,332 6,078 6,025 161,443 2,163 951 343 336 625 1,681 277 49 102 104 9,282 2,664 509 1,286,996 0

24,472,809 628 100,054 272 34 2,282,624 272,699 256 1,340,876 251,329 686,889 936,904 819,719 651,707 1,568,793 0 150,879 244,823 1,352 6,169 6,115 163,453 2,196 965 348 341 634 1,707 282 50 104 106 9,421 2,704 517 1,299,869 0

25,164,209 638 100,055 276 35 2,310,902 277,301 260 1,358,557 254,422 696,327 948,560 829,543 658,648 1,587,659 0 150,890 247,291 1,373 6,262 6,207 165,489 2,229 980 353 346 644 1,732 286 50 105 107 9,562 2,744 525 1,312,872 0

,975

31,550,520

32,249,516

32,970,815

33,795,307

34,483,921

35,277,628

36,097,440

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Assumptions

ASSUMPTIONS RELATING TO TEN YEAR REVENUE

Assessed Value:

Actual as reported by the County for 2013/14 for the Town increased 8.3% in FY 2015 and increased by 2% annually thereafter.

Property Tax:

Property Tax includes the Motor Vehicle License Fee Swap (MVLF) from the State. For FY 2014, Property Tax and the MVLF were based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 2014. Projections were increased by 1% in FY 2015 and 2% annually thereafter.

Property Tax Rate:

Used no and low property tax rate of 7.6%.

Prop. Transfer Tax:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014. Projections were increased by 2% in FY 2015 and annually thereafter.

Sales Tax Triple Flip:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014. Projections were increased by 5% in FY 2015 based upon the lag in payments from the State, 1% in FY 2016 and the first half of FY 2017, and discontinued in the second half of FY 2017 when the Economic Recovery Bonds are retired.

Sales Tax:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, FY 2015 budget projections were increased by 1% in FY 2015 and FY 2016, 27% in FY 2017 as the Sales Tax Triple Flip ends and sales tax returns to full payment, and 1% annually thereafter.

Transient Occupancy Tax: Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, projections were increased by 0.6% in FY 2015 and increased by 1% annually thereafter. Franchise Cable:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, budget projections were increased by 0.8% in FY 2015 and increased by 1% annually thereafter.

Franchise Gas & Electric:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, projections were decreased by 3% in FY 2015, 7% in FY 2016 and held flat annually thereafter.

Solid Waste Franchise Fee: Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, projections were increased by 1.3% in FY 2015 and held flat annually thereafter. Motor Vehicle In Lieu:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014. Future year projections were held flat annually thereafter.

Use of Money & Property: Interest estimated at $346,674 and rent at $157,822 for FY 2015. Interest was held flat for FY 2015 and annually thereafter. Rents were increased by 1% in FY 2016 and annually thereafter. Recreation Rents/Fees:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, projections were increased by 1.3% in FY 2015 and 2.5% annually thereafter. 165

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Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, the amount was decreased by 1% in FY 2015 and held flat annually thereafter.

Fines and Forfeitures:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, amounts held flat for FY 2015 and annually thereafter.

PEG (Public, Educational & Government) Cable Fee:

Set at $0.60 per subscriber, this fee was increased by 1.6% in FY 2014 and 1% annually thereafter.

Other Fines / Abandoned Vehicles:

Based upon population.

Asset Seizure:

Based upon average historic receipts.

Police Services:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014 as well as assessments on Alamo Springs homes which began in FY 2011.

Building/Planning:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, FYs 2015 through FY 2024 are projected by the Development Services Director based upon projected building activity.

Engineering:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated receipts through June 30, 2014, FYs 2015 through FY 2024 are held flat.

Gas Tax:

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014. Intergovernmental Prop 42 funds were replaced with Section 2103 excise tax in FY 2011/12. Amounts for FY 2015 were based on the State Controllers projections and held flat annually thereafter.

Measure J:

Based upon actual receipts from Contra Costa Transportation Authority for FY 2014 plus estimated amounts due through June 30, 2014. FY 2015 projections were based upon sales tax activity trends and were increased 1% annually thereafter.

Clean Water (SPCP):

Based upon actual receipts through March 2014 plus estimated payments due through June 30, 2014, projections increased 1% annually thereafter.

LLAD:

Based upon actual receipts through April 2014, projected through 2024 are based upon current assessment rates and held flat. Current rates require supplements from General Fund until the next rate adjustment.

Successor Agency RPTTF: Passage of ABx1 26 resulted in the dissolution of the CDA. February 1, 2012, future revenues will match debt service. 166

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Fund Structure

FUND STRUCTURE

GENERAL FUND The General Fund is the general operating fund of the Town. It is used to account for all financial resources except those required to be accounted for in another fund. The major revenue sources for this Fund are property taxes, sales taxes, unrestricted revenues from the State, fines and forfeitures and interest income. Expenditures are made for administration, legislation, public safety, parks and recreation, and other services.

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Special Revenue Funds are used to account for the proceeds of specific revenue sources that are restricted by law to expenditures for specific purposes. PEG Fund Contract negotiations with the Town’s cable service providers include a $0.60 per subscriber PEG fee for Public, Government and Educational programming. These fees are restricted to capital expenditures for the provision of these programming services. Police Special Revenue Funds: SLESF, Abandoned Vehicle and Asset Seizure The Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund (SLESF) is established by Government Code Sections 30061-30065. The Abandoned Vehicle and Asset Seizure Funds are established by the State and distributed to participating agencies. The Canine Fund was established to account for the donations received by the Town for the funding of the police canine program and has been combined with the Donations Fund starting in FY 2008-09. These funds are restricted to the provision or enhancement of police services. Building/Planning Fund This Fund receives building inspection, plan review and planning fees collected during the building permit process. Engineering Fund This Fund receives engineering and subdivision development fees collected during the building permit process. Gas Tax Fund This Fund is used to account for the portion of the taxes paid on the purchase of gasoline which the Town receives, and are restricted to street and related improvements and maintenance costs.

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FUND STRUCTURE

Measure J Return To Source In 1988, Contra Costa voters approved a one-half cent sales tax for transportation purposes. Eighteen percent of the funds collected throughout the County are distributed back to each local jurisdiction on the basis of population and road miles. The Town utilizes a portion of these funds for pavement management and transportation planning. Receipt of these funds is tied to compliance with the Town’s General Plan Growth Management Element. In 2004 voters approved Measure J which continues the one-half cent sales tax for an additional 25 years. Clean Water (formerly known as SPCP or NPDES) This Fund is used to account for assessments paid by property owners for administration, inspection and maintenance of the storm drain system and for street sweeping. Lighting and Landscaping Assessment District (LLAD) (Zone A, Zone B, Zone C and Zone D) Assessments paid by property owners who receive street lighting services, and by all residents for landscape and park maintenance services, are received into this Fund. The assessments are used to pay for the energy cost of the street lighting system, as well as community roadside, median and park landscape expenditures. Donations/Contributions This Fund receives miscellaneous donations for various programs in the Town.

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Capital Projects Funds are used to account for the financial resources to be used for the acquisition and construction of major capital facilities. Capital Improvement Fund This Fund receives developer fees and contributions from the General Fund for the future capital improvements, in accordance with the Town’s Capital Improvement Program. Civic Facilities Capital Projects Fund This Fund is used to account for the construction of new civic facilities such as the Danville Library, Community Center, Village Theatre improvements and the Veterans' Memorial Hall.

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FUND STRUCTURE

Park Capital Projects Fund Park in-lieu fees paid by new development and outside grants for park development are deposited into this Fund for park capital improvements. Asset Replacement Funds - General Contributions are made into this Fund from the General Fund for the eventual replacement and refurbishment of vehicles and office equipment. Asset Replacement Fund - Library/Community Center Contributions are made into this Fund from the General Fund for the eventual replacement and refurbishment of the Library/Community Center and related assets. Child Care This Fund receives child care fees paid by new development. All funds are restricted to the development or promotion of Child Care facilities within Danville. Special Assessment District Capital Projects Funds During the period from 1985 to 1990, the Sycamore Valley Assessment District (SVAD), Tassajara Ranch Assessment District (TRAD) and the Northeast Roadway Improvement Assessment District (NERIAD) were formed within the Town of Danville to construct improvements in these areas. These three capital projects funds are used to account for the funds allocated for capital improvements of the assessment districts. Construction was completed in the SVAD and TRAD, with the remaining funds being used for ongoing capital improvements and maintenance. Capital projects are still being constructed in NERIAD.

DEBT SERVICE FUNDS Debt Service Funds are used to account for financial resources to be used for, and the payment of, principal and interest on general long-term debt. Community Development Debt Service/Successor Agency Fund With the passage of ABx1 26, the Community Development Agency was dissolved and the Successor Agency was created. Future revenues to the Successor Agency will be limited to the amounts that are on the approved biannual Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule submitted to and approved by the Department of Finance.

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FUND STRUCTURE

TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS Trust and Agency Funds are used to account for assets held by the Town in a trustee or agent capacity for individuals, private organizations, other governments and/or other funds. The monies deposited into these funds are not available for municipal use. Employee Deferred Compensation Plan This Fund is used to account for assets held for employees in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 457. This program allows employees to defer a portion of their salary until future years. The deferred compensation plan is voluntary, and the proceeds are not available to employees until termination, retirement, death or unforeseeable emergency. This Plan is administered by Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, and is self-directed by each employee. Employee Defined Contribution Pension Plan This Fund is used to account for assets held for employees in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 401(a). The pension plan, which is entirely employer funded, covers all eligible employees. This Plan is administered by Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, and is self-directed by each employee. Deposits Fund This Fund is composed of money temporarily deposited with the Town. Examples of deposits include cash improvement bonds posted by developers, performance bonds posted by contractors, and rental deposits. Special Assessment District Agency Funds During the period from 1985 to 1990, the Sycamore Valley Assessment District (SVAD), Tassajara Ranch Assessment District (TRAD) and the Northeast Roadway Improvement Assessment District (NERIAD) were formed within the Town of Danville to construct improvements in these areas. These agency funds are used to account for the special assessments levied on all property within the Assessment Districts, and subsequently paid against each Assessment District’s long-term debt. The bonds of these Assessment Districts are payable solely from the annual special assessments. SVAD bonds matured in September 2006 with all bonds fully paid. The bonds are not an obligation of the Town, and accordingly, the activity of the Districts is being accounted for as agency funds.

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Major RevenueMAJOR SourcesREVENUE SOURCES TAXES Property Tax A tax based on the assessed value of real and personal property. Danville receives about 7.6% of the 1% real property tax which homeowners pay. The 1% property tax limit is set by Proposition 13. Since FY 2004-05, the State enacted revenue swaps for 67% of the Motor Vehicle License Fees and 0.25% of the sales tax revenue, (Sales Tax Triple Flip) are considered property tax. Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) The Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund revenues are received by the Successor Agency in amounts that meet annual debt obligations plus administrative costs as approved by the State. Property Transfer Tax A tax imposed upon the transfer of real property. Danville charges $0.55 per $1,000 of property value, which is the highest allowed under state law. Homeowner Tax Relief The State grants homeowners up to a $7,000 exemption against the assessed valuation when computing the real property tax if the owner occupies the dwelling. The state then reimburses cities and other local governments for their tax loss. Sales and Use Tax A tax levied on goods and services at the point of sale. Sales tax in Danville is 8.5%. One percent (1%) is returned to Danville. Transient Occupancy Tax A tax levied on the hotel room rental income. The tax compensates local governments for additional services to tourists. Danville charges 6.5% of rent charged by the hotel. Franchise Tax on Utilities A tax levied on gross receipts generated by PG&E and TV cable companies doing business in Danville for their use of Town’s streets (right-of-way). The tax is 1% on PG&E and 5% on cable companies. Telephone companies are exempt by state law. Franchise Tax on Solid Waste A tax of 6% that is levied on gross receipts generated by solid waste disposal companies doing business in Danville for their use of the Town’s streets. Motor Vehicle In-Lieu Fee (MVLF) Each city and county in California receives a portion of the total motor vehicle license fee collected throughout the state. The State Controller’s Office distributes the revenues to the local agencies based upon their population. Between 1999 and 2002 the State reduced the

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MAJOR REVENUE SOURCES

MVLF by 67% and guaranteed to back fill the revenue losses to local governments with State general fund revenues. During FY 2004/05 the State permanently reduced the MVLF by 67%, and swapped the portion of revenues due to local agencies to property tax. As of FY 2011/12, “VLF in Excess” fees, allocated under R&T 11005(b), are allocated to local government by the State. All other VLF fees were traded for Gas Tax. Gas Tax Each city and county in California receives a portion of the gasoline tax collected throughout the state. The State Controller’s Office distributes the revenues to the local agencies based upon a complex formula using population and street miles. Business License Tax An annual tax imposed on businesses operating within Danville. The fee is generally $100, plus $10 per full time employee. An exemption exists for small businesses generating less than $10,000 gross receipts annually. For new businesses, the tax is prorated to the beginning of the quarter in which the business is established.

FEES AND CHARGES Development Fees Fees imposed upon builders/developers in the Town of Danville for the privilege of developing a parcel of land and thus realizing a profit. These fees are generally collected during the building permit process and are used to defray the cost of operating the Town’s development services functions, as well as improve the Town’s infrastructure that will be used by new and current residents. The rates are set by the Town Council and are reviewed regularly. Development fees include fees for development planning, development engineering, building permit processing, building plan checking, park dedication, child care, and storm water pollution control. Recreation Rentals Charges for the rental of Town-owned property, such as the Town Meeting Hall, the Village Theatre, park facilities, sports fields and tennis courts. These rates are set by the Town Council and are reviewed regularly. Recreation Program Fees Fees charged to participants of recreation programs to cover the cost of operating the program. These include fees for youth, cultural, and senior service programs. These rates are set by the Town Council and are reviewed regularly.

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MAJOR REVENUE SOURCES

Parking and Traffic Fines Danville uses Contra Costa County as the collection agent for parking and traffic fines. The County retains an administrative fee and remits the balance to Danville. Other Fines Include DUI, abandoned vehicle and asset seizure fines. Danville uses Contra Costa County as the collection agent. The County retains an administrative fee and remits the balance to Danville. Other Service Charges Fees charged for miscellaneous services such as police services and financial documents. These rates are set by the Town Council and are reviewed regularly.

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES Grants Funds distributed from the federal or state governments for specific purposes, generally on a reimbursement basis. Examples include FEMA (disasters), ISTEA (roads), and Measure J (transportation). Interest Income Income earned on invested cash. Danville is limited in the types of securities which it may invest in, regulated primarily by state law and local policy. Rental Income Rent on property other than those used for recreational purposes. Contributions Contributions from individuals or businesses, generally for a specific purpose.

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ASSESSMENTS DISTRICTS Lighting and Landscaping Assessment District An assessment levied on homeowners to be used only for operation, maintenance and improvements to the Town’s street lighting and roadside and park landscaping. The assessment varies, depending on where the resident lives, and is collected on the property tax roll. These rates are approved by the property owners and reviewed annually by the Town Council. The LLAD benefit zones are as follows: Zone A Landscaping (west side-medium intensity-denser population) Zone B Landscaping (east side-high intensity-lower population) Zone C Street Lighting (residents benefiting from street lighting) and Zone D Parks (all residents) Stormwater Pollution Control Program Assessment District An assessment levied on homeowners to be used only for operation, maintenance and improvements of the Town’s Stormwater Pollution Control Program. The assessment is collected on the property tax roll. These rates are set by the Town Council and are reviewed annually. Special Assessment Districts To enhance development in certain areas of the Town, Special Assessment Bonds were sold and are repaid through special assessments levied against homeowners in those areas. The special assessments are collected on the tax roll and can be used only for the repayment of the special assessment debt. These bonds are not an obligation of the Town. The Town acts only as an agent to facilitate the collection and payment of debt. The Town administers two Special Assessment Districts, including the Tassajara Road Assessment District (TRAD) and the Northeast Roadway Assessment District (NERIAD).

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Appropriation An authorization by the Town Council to make expenditures and incur obligations for a specific purpose. An appropriation is usually limited in amount as to the time it may be expended. Assessed Valuation A dollar value placed on real estate or other property by Contra Costa County as a basis for levying property taxes. Assessment Bonds Debt issued by an Assessment District to finance local infrastructure improvements. Property owners are assessed for the benefit to their properties and make periodic installment payments to pay the debt service on these bonds. Assessment District A group of property owners organized to finance the construction of infrastructure such as water, sewer or street improvements, or maintenance of local improvements such as landscaping, community facilities and street lighting. Typically, assessment bonds are sold to finance the capital costs of infrastructure construction projects. Annual assessments on the property owners are used to pay debt service on assessment bonds, or maintenance costs for operating expenditures. Asset Resources owned or held by a government, which have monetary value. Audit A review of the Town’s financial and accounting records and supporting documents by an independent auditing firm to substantiate revenues, expenditures, year-end funds, reserves and cash on hand. Beginning/Ending Fund Balance Resources available in a fund from the prior/current year after payment of the prior/current year’s expenses. This is not necessarily cash on hand. Bond A city may raise capital by issuing a written promise to pay a specific sum of money, called the face value or principal amount, at a specified date or dates in the future, together with periodic interest at specified rates. Bond Refinancing The payoff and re-issuance of bonds, to obtain better interest rates and/or bond conditions.

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Budget A financial plan listing an estimate of proposed appropriations or expenses and the proposed means of financing them for a particular time period. The budget is recommended until it has been approved by the Town Council. Budget Message A general discussion of the recommended budget as presented in writing by the Town Manager to the Town Council. The message contains an explanation of principal budget items and summaries found in the draft budget relative to the current year adopted budget. Capital Asset Assets such as buildings, machinery, furniture and other equipment that are of significant value and that have a useful life of more than one year. Capital assets are also called fixed assets. Capital Improvement A permanent addition to the City’s assets, including the design, construction or purchase of land, buildings, facilities or major renovations to these. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) A financial plan or proposed capital improvement project with single and multiple year capital expenditures. The Capital Program plans for five years and is updated annually. Capital Outlay A budget category which budgets all equipment having a unit cost of more than $5,000 and an estimated useful life of over one year. Capital Outlay is budgeted in the operating budget. Capital Projects Physical structural improvements generally with a cost of $10,000 or more and a useful life of one year or more. Examples include a new park, building modification and water main construction. Consumer Price Index (CPI) A statistical description of price levels provided by the U.S. Department of Labor. The index is used as a measure of the increase in the cost of living. Contingency A budgetary reserve set aside for emergencies and unforeseen expenditures not otherwise budgeted.

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Contracted Services Services rendered to a government by private firms, individuals, or other governmental agencies. Examples include maintenance agreements and professional consulting services. Debt Service Payment of the principal and interest on an obligation resulting from the issuance of bonds or notes. Debt Service Requirements The amount of money required to pay interest on outstanding debt and required contributions to accumulate monies for future retirement of term bonds. Deficit An excess of expenditures or expenses over resources. Designation A budgetary reserve set aside for a specific project to be undertaken at a future time. Employee Benefits Contributions made by the Town to meet commitments or obligations for employee benefits. Included is the Town’s share of costs for the 401(a) Defined Contribution Retirement Plan and medical insurance while employed. Encumbrances A legal obligation to pay funds, the expenditure of which has not yet occurred. They cease to be encumbrances when the obligations are paid or otherwise terminated. Expenditure The payment of cash on the transfer of property or services for the purpose of acquiring an asset, service or settling a loss. Financial Plan Another term for Budget. Fiscal Policy A government’s policies with respect to revenues, spending, and debt management as these relate to government services, programs and capital investment. Fiscal policy provides an agreed-upon set of principles for the planning and programming of government budgets and their funding.

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Fiscal Year (FY) A twelve-month period of time to which the budget applies. For Danville, it is July 1 through June 30. Fixed Asset Assets of significant value and having a useful life of more than one year, such as buildings, machinery, furniture, and other equipment. Fixed assets are also called capital assets. Full-Time Equivalent Position (FTE) The number of regular full- and part-time positions employed by the Town, converted to the decimal equivalent of full-time positions based on 1950 hours per year. For example, two halftime employees each working 18.75 hours per week would be equivalent to 1 full-time equivalent position. Fund An independent fiscal and accounting entity used to record all financial transactions related to the specific purpose for which the fund was created. Fund Balance As used in the budget, the amount of financial resources available for use. Generally, this represents the cumulative balance of all the annual operating surpluses and deficits since the fund’s inception. GAAP Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Uniform minimum standards for financial accounting and recording, encompassing the conventions, rules, and procedures that define accepted accounting principles. GASB Governmental Accounting Standards Board. A private, non-governmental organization that is the source of generally accepted accounting principles used by State and Local governments. General Fund The general operating fund of the Town, used to account for all financial resources except those required to be accounted for in another fund. The major revenue sources for this Fund are property taxes, sales taxes, unrestricted revenues from the State, fines and forfeitures and interest income. Expenditures are made for administration, legislation, public safety, parks and recreation, and other services.

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Glossary

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Grant Contribution or gifts of cash or other assets from another governmental entity to be used or expended for a specific purpose, activity or facility. Interfund Transfers Monies appropriated from one fund to another. The money is transferred to finance the operations of another fund or to reimburse the fund for expenses and overhead. Modified Accrual Basis A basis of accounting in which revenues are recognized in the period in which they become available and measurable and expenditures are recognized at the time a liability is incurred. Municipal Code A book that contains Town Council-approved ordinances currently in effect. The Code defines Town policy with respect to areas such as planning, zoning, building, etc. Objectives The expected result or achievements of a budget program. Operating Budget Annual appropriation of funds for on-going program costs, including salaries and benefits, services and supplies, debt service, and capital outlay. Operating Expenses Expenditures for materials, supplies and services which are ordinarily consumed within a fiscal year and which are not included in program inventories.

Operating Reserve A reserve against the General Fund balance which could be used in the case of a financial emergency. The Town’s policy is to reserve 20% of the fiscal year’s General Fund direct operating expenses. Operating Revenues Funds received as income to pay for ongoing operations. It includes such items as taxes, fees for services, interest income, and operating grant revenues. Operating revenues are used to pay for day-to-day services. Operating Transfers Another term for Interfund Transfers.

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GLOSSARY

Ordinance A formal legislative enactment by the Town Council. It is the full force and effect of law within Town boundaries unless pre-empted by a higher form of law. An ordinance has a higher legal standing than a resolution. Overhead Allocations A cost necessary for the functioning of the organization as a whole, but which cannot be directly assigned to one program. Examples include the allocation of legal, financial and personnel services. Pavement Management Program An ongoing program to repair and resurface Town-maintained streets. Personnel A budget category which generally accounts for full-time, part-time and temporary employees, overtime, and all employee benefits such as health insurance and retirement. Program A group of related activities performed by one or more organizational units for the purpose of accomplishing a function for which the government is responsible. Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund (RPTTF) With the passage of ABx1 26 in FY 2011-12, property tax increment was eliminated and replaced with Redevelopment Property Tax Trust Fund revenues, which will be received by the Successor Agency in amounts that meet approved annual debt obligations. Formerly, 100% of the increase in real estate property taxes (Property Tax Increment) within the Redevelopment Agency was available for renovation of the area pursuant to California Redevelopment Law. Propositions 4 and 111 Appropriation limits imposed on all governmental agencies as a result of Propositions 4 and 111 create a restriction on the amount of revenue which can be appropriated in any fiscal year. The limit is based on actual appropriations during the 1978-79 fiscal years and is increased each year using the growth of population and inflation. Not all revenues are restricted by the limit, only those which are referred to as “proceeds of taxes�. Reimbursement Payment of amount remitted on behalf of another party, department or fund. Reserve An account used to record a portion of the fund balance as legally segregated for a specific use.

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Resolution A special order of the Town Council which has a lower legal standing than an ordinance. Revenues Amount received for taxes, fees, permits, licenses, interest, intergovernmental and other sources during the fiscal year. Service Level Indicators Services or products which comprise actual or expected output of a given program. Focus is on results, not measures of workload. Study Session A meeting of the Town Council to review the Financial Plan in detail, prior to the budget hearing and final adoption. The Study Session is conducted by the Town Manager and the Finance Director, and the public is invited.

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Acknowledgements PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS Front Cover / Solar Photovoltaic Cells at the Maintenance Service Center – Alex Lopez Back Cover / Boy with Flag – Paige Green Summaries Index Page / Osage Station Park – Alex Lopez General Government Index Page / July 4th Parade - Paige Green / Page 29 / July 4th Parade – Paige Green / Page 34 / Town Meeting Hall – Alex Lopez / Page 35 / School St. Building – Paige Green / Page 36 / Tao House – Candice Rana / Page 46 / Danville Library – Candice Rana / Page 47 / Danville Library – Candice Rana / Page 62 / Animal Control Banner – Courtesy of Contra Costa Animal Services / Page 63 / Animal Control Facility – Courtesy of Contra Costa Animal Services Community Development/IT Index Page / Prospect Ave. – Candice Rana / Page 66 / Street scene – Alex Lopez / Page 70 /Danville Aerial – Kari Nielsen; Doyle 5 – Alex Lopez / Page 72 / Sycamore Valley Park and Ride – Paige Green / Page 74 / Tao House – Candice Rana / Page 74 / Trolley – Candice Rana / Page 75 / Molly’s Pup Purr-ee – Paige Green / Page 96 / Veterans Hall Interior – Alex Lopez / Page 97 / Oak Hill Park Fountain – Candice Rana Recreation Services Index Page / Outdoor Yoga Class – Kevin Wong / Page 109 / Oak Hill Park Yoga class – Kevin Wong / Page 110 / Danville Community Center – Candice Rana / Page 114 / Exercise Class – Paige Green / Page 116 / Irish Stained Glass – Paige Green / Page 119 / Village Theatre and Art Gallery sound control booth – Alex Lopez Asset Replacement Index Page / Downtown architecture – Candice Rana Successor Agency Index Page / Danville Community Center – Candice Rana / Page 131 Hartz Ave. – Paige Green / Page 133 / Downtown – Candice Rana / Page 135 / Hartz Ave. car with bike – Paige Green Budget Guide Index Page / Maggie and Jessica Steffens at Oak Hill Park – Kevin Wong

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM


Overview Introduction The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a capital investment plan that supports the quality of life in Danville by providing for the design, construction and renovation of major capital projects that benefit a broad segment of the community. The CIP is presented as a revolving five-year program that acts as a guide for identifying current and future fiscal requirements. The current year acts as the Town’s annual capital budget. Projects in the CIP typically include:    

Improvements that are debt-financed; Acquisition of land; Construction of new buildings, parks, improvements or facilities including engineering, design, and other pre-construction costs; whose estimated cost exceeds $15,000; Major equipment or furnishings required for new buildings.

Preparation of the CIP is a coordinated process that includes working with Town staff and commissions to compile and prioritize a list of discretionary projects, develop associated cost estimates and identify potential funding sources. The Town Council reviews and approves the draft five-year CIP following a series of public study sessions and a public hearing. Approval of the CIP includes appropriating funding for the current fiscal year. A number of criteria and/or considerations are applied in determining the appropriateness of each CIP project, including:       

Consistency with the Town’s General Plan, and/or applicable adopted and established Town policies; Benefit to the broader public good and positive benefit to cost ratio; Potential impact upon Town operating expenditures; The need to meet State, Federal or other legal mandates and requirements; The need to mitigate an identified health or safety problem; Consideration of geographic equity in providing improvements and facilities throughout the Town; and The need to balance project design, management, and inspection with available CIP staffing.

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Overview Summary Tables A five-year summary of all projects, funding sources and expenditures is presented within the following tables: Project Activity New Projects Table A Table B Table C Table D Table E Table F Table G Table H Table I Table J Table K Table L

Currently active next-in-line projects New projects - 2014/15 Summary of Planned Appropriations - 2014/15 Summary of Recommended General Purpose Revenue Appropriations -2014/15 Summary of Appropriations by Funding Source - 2014/15 – 2018/19 Summary of Completed Projects from the prior fiscal year Summary of Estimated Fund Activity Projects funded prior to 2014/15 Project Status and Priority - Prioritized ranking (Priority 1 through Priority 5) of all projects included in the CIP Project Cost Summary by Park Site Project Cost Summary by Building Site Appropriation Adjustments for 2013/14 and 2014/15 Project Cost Summary for Downtown Projects Projects contributing to the Pavement Condition Index

Pavement Management Program The Pavement Management Program includes a listing of all pavement projects completed in the prior year, pavement projects recommended for the current year, and Table L, a listing other individual CIP projects that contribute to the Pavement Management Program by providing improvements to existing paved streets.

CIP Projects Potential CIP projects are classified into one of three categories: Improvements, Parks and Facilities or Transportation.

General

Each project is presented on a dedicated project page that summarizes:       

Project name and number Description, rationale and location Estimated cost, funding sources and prior expenditures Initiating department Project manager Project status (“new”, “in progress” or “complete”) Changes from prior year 4 CIP2

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Overview Project costs are escalated (where appropriate) to indicate the impact of inflation on construction costs in future years, based upon a five percent annual rate of inflation (unless more specific information was available). Cost escalation ensures that adequate funding is identified at the time the project is approved. Project Appropriations reflect funding amounts and sources allocated through formal Town Council action; Project Cost Estimates summarize prior, current and future year expenditures.

Funding Sources CIP projects are funded and financed through a variety of general purpose (unrestricted) and special purpose (restricted) revenue sources that are set aside, or received by the Town. These include: General Purpose The Town Council annually sets aside a portion of the total General Purpose revenues received, and transfers these revenues into one of four funds that are used for CIP purposes. These include the:    

CIP General Purpose – typically appropriated and expended for any project or improvement with no restrictions; Civic Facilities Fund – typically appropriated and expended for construction, expansion or improvement of buildings; Park Facilities – typically appropriated and expended for park or park facility construction, improvement or expansion; and Pavement Management – appropriated and expended in combination with other special revenue funds received by the Town to maintain and upgrade the condition of the pavement associated with the public streets owned by the Town.

Special Purpose   

Commercial TIP - Commercial Transportation Impact Fees that are collected and utilized to finance the installation of new streets, traffic signals, traffic signal interconnect and parking facilities. Southern Contra Costa (SCC) - Regional transportation impact fees collected and shared by joint agreement between the Town of Danville, City of San Ramon and Contra Costa County. Town-wide Lighting and Landscape Assessment District (LLAD) – Includes Transfers In, and property owner assessments from Zones A and B (roadside

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landscaping), Zone C (street lighting), and Zone D (parks and buildings) to be utilized for eligible capital maintenance projects. Measure J Return to Source - The 18% “return to source” share of the onehalf cent sales tax for transportation purposes approved by Contra Costa voters in 1988 (Measure C) and 2004 (Measure J). The Town utilizes these funds for pavement management and other purposes tied directly to transportation. Receipt of these funds is tied to compliance with the Town’s General Plan Growth Management Element. Measure J Strategic Plan - Another component of the one-half cent sales tax program is the Measure J Strategic Plan. This 20-year plan represents the Contra Costa Transportation Authority’s plan for capital spending on major projects throughout the County. Park Dedication (Quimby Act) – Also known as Park Land In Lieu fees, are paid by new development, including outside grants and transfers in. Residential TIP - Residential impact fees collected within the Town (apart from assessment districts or benefit districts) utilized to finance projects that mitigate the additional burden placed on the existing circulation system by new development. Other - Other sources of funds include donations, funds provided by the CSA R-7A (Contra Costa County), developer fees, NERIAD (North East Roadway Improvement Assessment District), and grants. These funding sources represent a significant portion of CIP funding on a cumulative basis.

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$349,104 $26,854 $146,411 $611,500

TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER UPGRADE-------------------------------------------- $633,321 $37,000 TOWN-WIDE BICYCLE PARKING PROJECT-------------------------------------------SAN RAMON VALLEY BOULEVARD WIDENING-------------------------------------- $221,000 SAN RAMON VALLEY BOULEVARD GAP CLOSURE SOUND WALL----------------- $3,200,000

C-545 C-566 C-586 C-587

*CIP Funding Estimate includes prior year appropriations plus current year appropriations, and for multiphased or ongoing projects, it includes future year proposed appropriations.

$1,056,656 $196,063 $298,588 $20,517 $57,177 $10,000

CROW CANYON ROAD SOUND WALLS----------------------------------------------- $1,059,825 STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE---------------------------------------------------------- $639,424 CENTRAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------- $745,750 $80,000 TOWN FACILITY SECURITY MONITORING SYSTEM---------------------------------VILLAGE THEATRE CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------ $133,277 $28,500 SAN RAMON VALLEY BLVD. & IRON HORSE TRAIL SIGNAL ENHANCEMENT----

Spent as of 05/27/2014

A-241 A-482 A-492 A-540 B-553 C-527

CIP Funding Estimate*

Project Name

Pr#

Project Activity

1

Under Const.

06/10/2014

4 1/2

Under Const.

2/3

Under Const.

2/3

Under Const.

2/3 Ongoing

Under Const.

Under Const. Maintenance

2

1/2

Under Const. Maintenance Under Const.

3/4 Ongoing

2

Priority

Under Const. Maintenance

Under Const.

Status


TOTALS $804,591

$435,509

$0 $0

$0

$0

$23,100

C-588 BATTERY BACKUP REPLACEMENT FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS----------------------------- $22,000

C-589 LAWRENCE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS---------------------------------- $75,000 $0

$0

$0

$0

Total

$75,000

$45,100

$0 $1,240,100

$0

$0

$0 $1,120,000

Proposed Appropriations 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 $0

Project Name

B-591 BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK----------------------$707,591 $412,409

Pr#

New Projects

06/10/2014

2

3

2/3

Priority

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OSAGE STATION PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------------------OAK HILL PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------------------VILLAGE THEATRE CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------------------DANVILLE SOUTH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------------SCHOOL PARK FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------DIABLO VISTA PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------------BRET HARTE PARK PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS--------------------------------VETERANS MEMORIAL HALL CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK-----------------

B-494 B-544 B-553 B-556 B-559 B-560 B-574 B-582 B-591

C-017 TOWN-WIDE SIDEWALK REPAIRS---------------------------------------------------C-305 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--------------------------------------------------

TOWN-WIDE TRAILS-------------------------------------------------------------------TOWN SERVICE CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------------SPORTS FIELD RENOVATION---------------------------------------------------------TOWN OFFICES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------CIVIC FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE PROJECTS----------------------------SYCAMORE DAY SCHOOL BUILDING REPAIRS------------------------------------LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------

B-120 B-216 B-280 B-328 B-400 B-415 B-452 B-491

B-101 PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------

$55,000 $150,000 $118,941 $533,639 ($62,607) $25,000 $34,729 $15,000

LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS-------------------------DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT--------------------------------------------STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE-------------------------------------------------------FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)------------------------------------------------------EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------------CAMINO TASSAJARA PKWY/SYCAMORE VALLEY RD SOUND WALL MAINT.--PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE--------------------------------------------------------TOWN-WIDE ROADWAY DAMAGE REPAIR------------------------------------------

A-064 A-362 A-482 A-504 A-505 A-513 A-558 A-579

Park Facilities Civic Facilities Fund LLAD Zone D, Civic Facilities Fund LLAD Zone D, CIP Gen Purpose Rev LLAD Zone D, Park Dedication Impact, Park Facilities Park Facilities, LLAD Zone D Safe Routes to School Civic Facilities Fund LLAD Zone D, Park Facilities

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$47,033 Commercial TIP, Residential TIP ($75,000) CIP Gen Pur Reallocated

$12,500 $30,388 $15,788 $5,788 $101,970 $14,470 $51,025 $10,500 $707,591

$95,136 LLAD Zone D, Cleanwater Program, Park Dedication Impact, City County Pmt Pgm $28,941 Park Dedication Impact $23,153 CIP Gen Purpose Rev $15,000 LLAD Zone D, Park Dedication Impact $23,153 Civic Facilities Fund $87,000 CIP Gen Purpose Rev, R-7A $15,194 LLAD Zone D, Civic Facilities Fund $10,000 CIP Gen Purpose Rev $23,153 Asset Replcmnt Library

Measure J Rtrn to Src, Residential TIP LLAD Zone C LLAD Zone C CIP Gen Purpose Rev, CIP Gen Pur Reallocated CIP Gen Pur Reallocated LLAD Zone B Measure J Rtrn to Src CIP Gen Purpose Rev

2014/15 Planned Appropriations

Project Name

Pr#

Table A - Summary of Planned Appropriations Priority

06/10/2014

3 Ongoing 2 Ongoing

2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 3/4 Ongoing 2/3

2/3 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing 2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

2/3 Ongoing 2 Ongoing 3/4 Ongoing

1/2 Ongoing 2 3/4 Ongoing 1/2

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TOTAL $8,150,939

TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM---------------- ($130,000) CIP Gen Pur Reallocated, LLAD Zone C CAMINO TASSAJARA/CROW CANYON SAFETEA-LU IMPROVEMENTS--------$721,160 SCC Sub-Regional $22,315 Measure J Rtrn to Src INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED STREET NAME SIGN LED RETROFIT----------------$34,729 Measure J Rtrn to Src TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT SYSTEM-----------------------------------------PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM----------------------------------------------- $3,000,000 Measure J Rtrn to Src, CIP Gen Purpose Rev, CIP Gen Pur Reallocated DANVILLE VARIOUS STREETS AND ROADS PRESERVATION--------------------$793,250 OBAG SAN RAMON VALLEY BOULEVARD GAP CLOSURE SOUND WALL--------------- $1,500,000 SCC Regional $22,000 Measure J Rtrn to Src BATTERY BACKUP REPLACEMENT FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS-----------------------$75,000 CIP Gen Pur Reallocated LAWRENCE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS-----------------------------

C-418 C-508 C-552 C-562 C-577

2014/15 Planned Appropriations

Project Name

Pr#

06/10/2014

1/2 1 3 2

2 Ongoing 1 3/4 Ongoing 3 Ongoing 1

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$0 $226,454

$0 $0 $370,020 $15,000 $24,310 $25,000 $10,000

$15,000 $23,153 $43,500 $10,000 $5,788 ($75,000)

A-579 TOWN-WIDE ROADWAY DAMAGE REPAIR---------------------------------------------B-216 TOWN SERVICE CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------------B-400 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------------------B-452 SYCAMORE DAY SCHOOL BUILDING REPAIRS------------------------------------------

B-556 DANVILLE SOUTH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------------C-305 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------------

$0

$0

$0 $1,300,000

$6,077 $0

$25,000 $10,000

$15,000 $30,000

$0 $0

$0

2018/19

$2,968,473 $1,750,407 $1,612,080 $1,385,626 $1,386,077

$0

$0 $1,300,000

$0 C-418 TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-------------------- ($200,000) C-577 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM---------------------------------------------------$2,600,000 $1,300,000 $75,000 $0 C-589 LAWRENCE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS---------------------------------

TOTALS

$0 $1,300,000

$6,077 $0

$6,077 $0

$25,000 $10,000

$15,000 $29,549

$0 $0

$0

2017/18

$6,077 $0

$25,000 $10,000

$15,000 $29,549

$0

2015/16

2014/15

2016/17

Proposed Future Appropriations

A-504 FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)------------------------------------------------------------ $533,639 A-505 EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)----------------------------------------------------------- ($62,607) $0 A-561 I-680 INTERCHANGE LANDSCAPING AT SYCAMORE AND DIABLO ROADS--------

Pr# Project Name

Proposed Appropriations

Table B - Summary of Recommended General Purpose Revenue Appropriations

TOTAL

CIP9

06/10/2014

$9,102,662

$75,000

($200,000) $7,800,000

$30,096 ($75,000)

$143,500 $50,000

$75,000 $136,560

($62,607) $596,474

$533,639

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$518,773 $793,250 $148,806 $695,424 $43,500 $85,952 $51,025 $1,500,000 $721,160 $8,150,939

Measure J Rtrn to Src--------------------------------------------------- $7,698,744 $139,750

Park Dedication Impact------------------------------------------------- $4,789,538 Park Facilities------------------------------------------------------------ $8,526,719

R-7A------------------------------------------------------------------------ $1,025,676 Residential TIP----------------------------------------------------------- $1,698,679

Safe Routes to School-------------------------------------------------$106,250 SCC Regional------------------------------------------------------------- $1,700,000

SCC Sub-Regional------------------------------------------------------- $2,182,192

TOTALS

OBAG----------------------------------------------------------------------

$338,941 $113,607

$11,081 $25,000

Commercial TIP---------------------------------------------------------- $1,548,111 LLAD Zone B-------------------------------------------------------------- $217,733 $268,163 $383,489

$95,023 $6,771

Civic Facilities Fund-----------------------------------------------------$16,721,036 Cleanwater Program---------------------------------------------------$873,142

LLAD Zone C-------------------------------------------------------------LLAD Zone D--------------------------------------------------------------

$23,153 $2,968,473 $11,000

2014/15

$372,325

Prior Years

CIP Gen Purpose Rev----------------------------------------------------$28,970,176 City County Pmt Pgm--------------------------------------------------$11,000

Asset Replcmnt Library-------------------------------------------------

Funding Sources $24,310

CIP10 $3,443,402

$0

$0 $0

$0 $67,818

$151,112 $495,400

$0

$724,461

$80,388 $0

$20,721 $25,000

$96,110 $7,676

$1,750,407 $0

$2,962,313

$0

$0 $0

$0 $68,142

$263,402 $94,316

$0

$665,720

$95,000 $0

$21,098 $25,000

$77,590 $10,416

$1,612,080 $0

$29,549

2016/17

$2,743,143

$0

$0 $0

$0 $76,754

$53,784 $364,131

$0

$641,465

$95,000 $0

$11,081 $0

$85,753 $0

$1,385,626 $0

$29,549

2017/18

Proposed Appropriations 2015/16

Table C - Summary of Appropriations by Funding Source

$2,720,029

$0

$0 $0

$0 $85,952

$55,000 $329,313

$0

$641,465

$95,000 $0

$11,081 $0

$85,753 $0

$1,386,077 $0

$30,388

2018/19

06/10/2014

$20,019,826

$721,160

$51,025 $1,500,000

$43,500 $384,618

$672,103 $1,978,584

$793,250

$3,191,884

$704,329 $113,607

$75,062 $75,000

$440,229 $24,863

$9,102,662 $11,000

$136,949

Total

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$214,633 $607,048 $880,402 $341,575 $1,241,798 $10,000 $266,043 $52,707 $142,996 $1,899,470 $5,656,672

$221,800 $607,048 $880,402

EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $341,575 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ $1,339,579 $10,000 $266,043 $82,500 $182,625

UTILITY VAULT ACCESS SECURITY---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOWN MEETING HALL AUDIO AND VISUAL PROJECTION SYSTEM--------------------------------------------------------------

SAN RAMON VALLEY H. S. TENNIS COURT REPLACEMENT LIGHTING----------------------------------------------------------DOWNTOWN CROSSWALK ENHANCEMENTS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $2,000,000 $5,931,572

SAN RAMON CREEK REALIGNMENT AT EL CAPITAN BRIDGE--------------------------------------------------------------------FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A-266

A-458 A-504

A-505 A-531

A-583 B-539

B-557 C-523

C-570

TOTALS

Expended

Budgeted

Project Name

TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pr#

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Estimated Available June 30, 2014

$0 $0 $0 $113,607 $5,000 $545,696 $11,081 $85,952 $1,500,000 $721,160

$7,222,240

$3,003,779

$0 $25,000 $338,941 $113,607 $518,773 $148,806

$2,968,473 $95,023 $695,424

2014/15 Recommended Project Appropriation from CIP

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $25,000 $338,941 $0 $518,773 $0

$2,121,065 $0 $0

2014/15 Budgeted Transfers In

CIP12

Commercial TIP-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Residential TIP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SCC Regional--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SCC Sub-Regional---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Mitigation Fees

LLAD Zone A--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LLAD Zone B--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LLAD Zone C--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LLAD Zone D--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Measure J Rtrn to Src----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Park Dedication Impact--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Special Purpose

CIP Gen Purpose Rev----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Civic Facilities Fund-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Park Facilities--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

General Purpose

CIP Funding Sources

$20,721 $67,818 $0 $0

$0 $25,000 $80,388 $0 $724,461 $151,112

$1,750,407 $96,110 $495,400

$21,098 $68,142 $0 $0

$0 $25,000 $95,000 $0 $665,720 $263,402

$1,612,080 $77,590 $94,316

2016/17

$11,081 $76,754 $0 $0

$0 $0 $95,000 $0 $641,465 $53,784

$1,385,626 $85,753 $364,131

2017/18

$11,081 $85,952 $0 $0

$0 $0 $95,000 $0 $641,465 $55,000

$1,386,077 $85,753 $329,313

2018/19

Proposed Commitments in 2015/16 through 2018/19

2015/16

06/10/2014

$63,981 $298,666 $0 $0

$0 $50,000 $365,388 $0 $2,673,111 $523,298

$6,134,190 $345,206 $1,283,160

Total

$22,997,326

$13,126 $58,468 $4,283,350 $498,738

$0 $0 $0 $0 $5,000 $396,890

$13,674,588 $3,462,730 $1,427,027

2014/15 Estimated Year-end Available

Note: The Estimated Year-end Available amount does not include commitments or appropriations proposed for future years. Future commitments are shown below:

$24,207 Commercial TIP------------------------------$144,420 Residential TIP-------------------------------SCC Regional---------------------------------- $5,783,350 SCC Sub-Regional---------------------------- $1,219,898 $28,038,378 TOTALS

Mitigation Fees

LLAD Zone A----------------------------------LLAD Zone B----------------------------------LLAD Zone C----------------------------------LLAD Zone D---------------------------------Measure J Rtrn to Src-----------------------Park Dedication Impact---------------------

Special Purpose

CIP Gen Purpose Rev------------------------ $14,521,995 Civic Facilities Fund------------------------- $3,557,753 Park Facilities--------------------------------- $2,122,451

General Purpose

CIP Funding Sources

Table E - Summary of Estimated CIP Fund Activity

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TOTALS

$167,493 $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $0 $0 $0 $167,007 $95,113 $672,980 $0 $12,809 $0

$5,177,888 $1,140,402

DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT---------------------------------------------$244,158 DIABLO ROAD (EAST) DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS--------------------------------$143,275 DIABLO RD RETAINING WALL REPLACEMENT GREEN VLY TO CLYDESDALE-- $557,219 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK SLIDE MITIGATION------------------------------------- $150,000 PARK SYSTEM SIGNAGE--------------------------------------------------------------- $203,100 MUNICIPAL SERVICE CENTER WASTE TRANSFER AREA---------------------------$145,000 BRET HARTE PARK PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS---------------------------------$156,250 BLACKHAWK RD./HIDDEN OAK DR./MAGEE RANCH RD. TRAFFIC SIGNAL---- $193,370 HARTZ AVENUE BEAUTIFICATION - LINDA MESA TO SOUTH OF DIABLO RD--$216,491 BRIDGE MAINTENANCE----------------------------------------------------------------$474,244 RAILROAD AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS PROSPECT TO SCHOOL------------------$1,870,869 WEST EL PINTADO SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT-------------------------------------$485,397 DANVILLE VARIOUS STREETS AND ROADS PRESERVATION--------------------- $323,513 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS AT TOWN-OWNED FACILITIES----- $15,000

A-362 A-443 A-529 A-530 B-450 B-550 B-574 C-057 C-391 C-392 C-405 C-521 C-584 C-585 $4,037,486

$76,665 $143,275 $557,219 $150,000 $178,100 $145,000 $156,250 $193,370 $49,485 $379,131 $1,197,889 $485,397 $310,705 $15,000

2 5 1/2 3/4 2 3/4 2/3 5 1 3 1 3 1/2 2

In Design Adopted Adopted Adopted In Design Adopted Adopted Adopted In Design In Design In Design Adopted In Design Adopted

Prior Prior Unexpended Project Project Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Priority Status

Project Name

Pr#

Table F - Projects Funded Prior to 2014/15

06/10/2014

May 2015 May 2015 May 2016 Jan 2015 Nov 2014 Apr 2015 Apr 2016 Jan 2015 Jul 2014 Apr 2015 Sep 2014 Aug 2015 Aug 2015 Aug 2014

Project Estimated Start

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CIP Funding Spent as of Estimate* 05/27/2014 Remainder Status

$213,000 $488,820 $80,000 $275,164

$25,000 $167,493 $20,517 $0

$188,000 In Plan/Design $321,327 In Plan/Design $59,483 Under Const. $275,164 Ongoing Maintenance

CIP14 $422,902 $477,366 $509,274

$194,015 $259,939 $276,347

$228,887 Ongoing Maintenance $217,427 Ongoing Maintenance $232,927 Ongoing Maintenance

*CIP Funding Estimate includes prior year appropriations plus current year appropriations, and for multiphased or ongoing projects, it includes future year proposed appropriations.

B-328TOWN OFFICES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------------------------------------B-400HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------------B-491LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------------

1 1 1 1 1

No No No Yes No

1/2 1/2

Yes No

2/3

1/2

1/2

1/2

3 Ongoing

2

1

1

1

1

1

Prior Priority

2 Ongoing 2 Ongoing

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2 Ongoing No 2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

No 2 Ongoing No 2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

No 2 Ongoing

2

2 Ongoing No

2 Ongoing

5 No 2 Ongoing

2

No

3

No 2 Ongoing

2

No

2 Ongoing 2

No

2 Ongoing No 2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

2

2

3

No 2 Ongoing

No 2 Ongoing

2

2

No No

2

No

No 1/2 Ongoing 1/2 Ongoing

1/2 1/2

No No

No 1 Ongoing

1

No

Grant Priority

$146,411 $74,589 Under Const. $298,588 $447,162 Under Const. Ongoing Maintena $12,809 $1,103,955 In Plan/Design $0 $557,219 Not Started $765,750 $429,705 Ongoing Maintenance

$14,206 $226,964 Ongoing Maintenance B-559SCHOOL PARK FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------ $241,170 $269,593 Ongoing Maintenance B-495SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------ $439,006 $169,413 In Plan/Design $5,369,403 $303,654 $5,065,749 STATION PARK IMPROVEMENTS------------------------------------------B-490OSAGE $15,000 $0 $15,000 Not Started C-585ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS AT TOWN-OWNED FACILITIES---$0 $283,768 Not Started C-055DIABLO ROAD TRAIL FROM ALAMEDA DIABLO TO TANK ACCESS ROAD----- $283,768 $506,172 Ongoing Maintenance C-418TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM--------------- $1,087,018 $580,846 $140,417 Ongoing Maintenance C-305TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $653,807 $513,390 $75,000 $0 $75,000 Not Started C-589LAWRENCE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS---------------------------B-493SYNTHETIC TURF REPLACEMENT--------------------------------------------------- $5,900,000 $1,346,101 $4,553,899 Ongoing Maintenance $241,698 Ongoing Maintenance B-415CIVIC FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE PROJECTS--------------------------- $527,568 $285,870

B-450PARK SYSTEM SIGNAGE-------------------------------------------------------------A-362DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT-------------------------------------------A-540TOWN FACILITY SECURITY MONITORING SYSTEM------------------------------A-558PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE-------------------------------------------------------

C-586SAN RAMON VALLEY BOULEVARD WIDENING------------------------------------ $221,000 A-492CENTRAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------ $745,750 C-584DANVILLE VARIOUS STREETS AND ROADS PRESERVATION-------------------- $1,116,763 A-529DIABLO RD RETAINING WALL REPLACEMENT GREEN VLY TO CLYDESDALE- $557,219 A-064LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS------------------------- $1,195,455

C-319HARTZ AVENUE BEAUTIFICATION - LINDA MESA TO RAILROAD--------------- $5,272,211 $3,898,456 $1,373,755 Prep. for Const. C-577PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM---------------------------------------------$13,600,000 $464,033 $13,135,967 In Plan/Design $110,171 Prep. for Const. C-391HARTZ AVENUE BEAUTIFICATION - LINDA MESA TO SOUTH OF DIABLO RD- $277,178 $167,007 C-587SAN RAMON VALLEY BOULEVARD GAP CLOSURE SOUND WALL-------------- $3,200,000 $611,500 $2,588,500 Under Const. C-508CAMINO TASSAJARA/CROW CANYON SAFETEA-LU IMPROVEMENTS-------- $6,795,248 $4,686,159 $2,109,089 In Plan/Design C-405RAILROAD AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS PROSPECT TO SCHOOL----------------- $1,939,310 $672,980 $1,266,330 Prep. for Const. $89,791 $157,257 Ongoing Maintenance A-533TOWN-WIDE LANDSCAPE REPLACEMENT----------------------------------------- $247,049

Pr# Project Name

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CIP15

No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing

No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing

$8,331 $0 $26,854

$67,411 $145,000 $37,000

B-582VETERANS MEMORIAL HALL CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------B-550MUNICIPAL SERVICE CENTER WASTE TRANSFER AREA-------------------------

C-566TOWN-WIDE BICYCLE PARKING PROJECT-----------------------------------------

$10,146 Under Const.

$59,080 Ongoing Maintenance $145,000 Not Started

3/4

2/3

No

No

4

3/4

4

3/4

No 3/4 Ongoing 3/4 Ongoing

No 3/4 Ongoing 3/4 Ongoing

No

No 3/4 Ongoing 3/4 Ongoing

No 3/4 Ongoing 3/4 Ongoing

3 Ongoing

3 3 Ongoing

3

No

3

No 3 Ongoing

3

No

No 3 Ongoing

3

No

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$461,876 In Plan/Design Ongoing Mainte $485,397 Not Started $45,100 Not Started $344,564 Ongoing Maintenance $96,088 Ongoing Maintenance $443,361 Under Const. Ongoing Maintena $124,862 Ongoing Maintenance $150,000 Not Started On Hold $88,083 Ongoing Maintenance

*CIP Funding Estimate includes prior year appropriations plus current year appropriations, and for multiphased or ongoing projects, it includes future year proposed appropriations.

$95,113 $0 $0 $310,411 $69,681 $196,063 $77,544 $0 $1,917

$556,989 $485,397 $45,100 $654,975 $165,769 $639,424 $202,406 $150,000 $90,000

No 2/3 $0 $1,120,000 In Plan/Design No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing $41,535 $118,193 Ongoing Maintenance No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing $36,340 $212,001 Ongoing Maintenance No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing $113,507 $44,401 Ongoing Maintenance Yes 2/3 $0 $207,275 Not Started No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing $95,279 $230,525 Ongoing Maintenance $57,177 $76,100 Under Const. Ongoing Maintena No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing $40,365 $101,774 Ongoing Maintenance No 2/3 2/3 $10,000 $18,500 Under Const. Yes 2/3 4/5 $349,104 $284,217 Under Const.

C-392BRIDGE MAINTENANCE--------------------------------------------------------------C-521WEST EL PINTADO SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT----------------------------------C-588BATTERY BACKUP REPLACEMENT FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS---------------------C-017TOWN-WIDE SIDEWALK REPAIRS--------------------------------------------------C-562TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT SYSTEM---------------------------------------A-482STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------------------C-552INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED STREET NAME SIGN LED RETROFIT---------------A-530HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK SLIDE MITIGATION-----------------------------------A-579TOWN-WIDE ROADWAY DAMAGE REPAIR----------------------------------------

B-591BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK--------------- $1,120,000 B-560DIABLO VISTA PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------------ $159,728 B-544OAK HILL PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------ $248,341 B-556DANVILLE SOUTH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------- $157,908 B-574BRET HARTE PARK PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS-------------------------------- $207,275 B-494OSAGE STATION PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------------- $325,804 B-553VILLAGE THEATRE CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------------------- $133,277 B-452SYCAMORE DAY SCHOOL BUILDING REPAIRS------------------------------------ $142,139 $28,500 C-527SAN RAMON VALLEY BLVD. & IRON HORSE TRAIL SIGNAL ENHANCEMENTC-545TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLER UPGRADE----------------------------------------- $633,321

2 Ongoing

No 2 Ongoing

Yes 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

2

4/5

No 2 Ongoing

2

No

2 Ongoing

2

No

2 Ongoing

No 2 Ongoing

Prior Priority

No 2 Ongoing

Grant Priority

$322,346 Ongoing Maintenance $483,993 Under Const. In Plan/Design On $3,169 Under Const. $596,474 Not Started $195,886 Ongoing Maintenance $219,443 Ongoing Maintenance $200,002 In Plan/Design $209,544 In Plan/Design Ongoing Mainte $11,609 In Plan/Design Ongoing Mainte

CIP Funding Spent as of Estimate* 05/27/2014 Remainder Status

B-101PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------ $1,523,227 $1,200,881 A-330TOWN-WIDE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT---------------------------- $1,105,630 $621,637 A-241CROW CANYON ROAD SOUND WALLS-------------------------------------------- $1,059,825 $1,056,656 $0 A-561I-680 INTERCHANGE LANDSCAPING AT SYCAMORE AND DIABLO ROADS--- $596,474 B-280SPORTS FIELD RENOVATION-------------------------------------------------------- $1,016,458 $820,572 $67,408 B-216TOWN SERVICE CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------- $286,850 B-120TOWN-WIDE TRAILS------------------------------------------------------------------ $828,941 $628,939 A-513CAMINO TASSAJARA PKWY/SYCAMORE VALLEY RD SOUND WALL MAINT.- $384,205 $174,661 $60,000 $48,391 A-514PUBLIC PLACES FOR ART-------------------------------------------------------------

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2 2/3 2/3

No No No No

$19,517 Complete 2008 $25,449 Complete 2008 $25,809 Complete 2008 $81,696 Complete 2008

$46,483 $9,551 $774,191 $164,884

C-503PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--------------------------------------------- $4,200,000 $4,202,878 A-271PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE AT EAST BAY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH----------- $1,284,553 $1,274,083 C-486SYCAMORE VALLEY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS EAST OF CAMINO RAMON------ $752,122 $442,059

1/2

Yes

$66,000

1

Yes

$35,000 $800,000 $246,580

1

No

B-276HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK PLANNING - PHASE 2--------------------------------B-496DIABLO VISTA MIDDLE SCHOOL GYMNASIUM AND TEEN CENTER-----------A-464EL CERRO BOULEVARD MEDIAN RENOVATION-----------------------------------

1

No

CIP16

1/2

No No No

($2,758)Complete 2009

$36,396 $525,089 $657,419

$45,000 $690,584 $657,419

B-471SPORTS FIELD LIGHTING UPGRADE-----------------------------------------------C-046TOWN-WIDE TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT-----------------------------------

C-457DIABLO ROAD BRIDGE SLOPE REPAIR---------------------------------------------

1

$0 Complete 2011Ongoing Mainte No

2/3

4

4

3/4

3

3/4

2

2

1/2

1

1

1

5

3/4

1/2

1/2

1

2/3

2/3

2

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4

No

4

No

$8,604 Complete 2010

3 3/4

2/3

No No

2

No

Yes

2

No

$165,495 Complete 2010

$8,572 Complete 2010 $151,481 Complete 2010

*CIP Funding Estimate includes prior year appropriations plus current year appropriations, and for multiphased or ongoing projects, it includes future year proposed appropriations.

$241,892 $354,484

$250,464 $505,965

B-507RAILROAD PLAZA---------------------------------------------------------------------B-512WOODBINE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AND PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY------------

No

$37,433 Complete 2010 $890 Complete 2010 $0 Complete 2010

1/2

Yes

$127,567 $97,610 $13,700

1

Yes

B-286VILLAGE THEATRE RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS----------------------- $1,597,160 $1,593,288 C-511DIABLO AND GREEN VALLEY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS (ARRA)------------------ $1,008,063 $1,008,063 $20,202 $0 C-365GREEN VALLEY ROAD STREET REPAIR--------------------------------------------$23,100 $15,128 A-462CLYDESDALE DRIVE MEDIAN IMPROVEMENTS----------------------------------$165,000 $98,500 $13,700

1

No

$3,872 Complete 2010 $0 Complete 2010 $20,202 Complete 2010 $7,972 Complete 2010

$33,000

$66,000

C-517IRON HORSE TRAIL CORRIDOR CONCEPT PLAN----------------------------------

5 1

Yes

$33,000 Complete 2009

$76,758

$74,000

3/4

1 1/2

No

($2,878)Complete 2009 $10,470 Complete 2009 $310,063 Complete 2009

1/2

B-543MONTE VISTA COMMUNITY POOL SHADE STRUCTURE-------------------------

B-520HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK GROUP PICNIC AREA SHADE STRUCTURE--------B-423VILLAGE THEATRE SECURITY IMPROVEMENT------------------------------------A-316DOWNTOWN DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE---------------------------------------------

1/2

1

1

1

1

5

5

4

Prior Priority

No 1/2 Ongoing 1/2 Ongoing

5

C-483INSTALLATION OF AUDIBLE PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS AT FIVE INTERSECTIONS

1

No No

$54,809 Complete 2008 $257,309 Complete 2008 $2,880 Complete 2008 $99,559 Complete 2008 $206,450 Complete 2008 $128,269 Complete 2008

$296,551 $843,234 $85,120 $700,441 $627,700 $226,981

B-489BOCCE COURT SHADE STRUCTURES AND GROUP PICNIC AREA--------------- $351,360 B-449SYCAMORE VALLEY AND DIABLO VISTA PARKS PLAY AREA RENOVATION-- $1,100,543 $88,000 C-518FRONT STREET PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS-----------------------------------B-451HAP MAGEE PARKING AND STAGING AREA--------------------------------------- $800,000 B-428VISTA GRANDE SCHOOL/PARK PLAYFIELD RENOVATION---------------------- $834,150 C-455BATTERY BACK-UP SYSTEMS FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS---------------------------- $355,250

$193,370 Not Started

$0 $0

$143,275 $193,370

5

A-443DIABLO ROAD (EAST) DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS-----------------------------C-057BLACKHAWK RD./HIDDEN OAK DR./MAGEE RANCH RD. TRAFFIC SIGNAL---

4

No

$11,016

$247,500 $143,275 Not Started

Grant Priority

$236,484 In Plan/Design Ongoing Mainte No

CIP Funding Spent as of Estimate* 05/27/2014 Remainder Status

B-515SECURITY ACCESS CONTROL FOR TOWN BUILDINGS---------------------------

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$111,582

$120,000

C-240TASSAJARA RANCH DRIVE MEDIAN AND BICYCLE LANES---------------------A-563DOWNTOWN TRASH RECEPTACLE REPLACEMENT-------------------------------

A-549HIGHWAY ADVISORY RADIO (HAR) SYSTEM--------------------------------------

CIP17 $214,633 $10,000 $341,575

$221,800 $10,000 $341,575

A-266TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE----------------------A-583UTILITY VAULT ACCESS SECURITY--------------------------------------------------

A-505EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------------

1 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2

No No No No No No

No

$8,418 Complete 2012

No

3/4

1/2

2/3

2

4

3

No

2/3

1/2

2/3

2/3

1/2

3/4

1/2

06/10/2014

Yes

No 2/3 Ongoing 2/3 Ongoing

No

$7,167 Complete 2013 $0 Complete 2013

1/2

$0 Complete 2013Ongoing Mainte Yes $39,629 Complete 2013

1/2 1/2

No

$0 Complete 2013

1/2

1/2

1/2

1

1

1/2

1

2/3

No 1/2 Ongoing 1/2 Ongoing

1 1/2

No

Yes

$97,781 Complete 2013 $0 Complete 2013 $100,530 Complete 2013Ongoing Mainte $0 Complete 2013Ongoing Mainte $29,793 Complete 2013

1

Yes

2

1

No

$26,821 Complete 2012 $6,064 Complete 2012

3

No

$50,000 Complete 2011

*CIP Funding Estimate includes prior year appropriations plus current year appropriations, and for multiphased or ongoing projects, it includes future year proposed appropriations.

$880,402 $142,996

$880,402 $182,625

A-504FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------------C-523DOWNTOWN CROSSWALK ENHANCEMENTS-------------------------------------

A-531SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM---------------------------------------------------- $1,339,579 $1,241,798 B-539TOWN MEETING HALL AUDIO AND VISUAL PROJECTION SYSTEM------------ $266,043 $266,043 C-570PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--------------------------------------------- $2,000,000 $1,899,470 A-458SAN RAMON CREEK REALIGNMENT AT EL CAPITAN BRIDGE------------------- $607,048 $607,048 $82,500 $52,707 B-557SAN RAMON VALLEY H. S. TENNIS COURT REPLACEMENT LIGHTING---------

$0 $823,725 $201,724

$50,000 $850,546 $207,788

C-554TASSAJARA RANCH RD AND ZENITH RIDGE STREET LIGHT IMPROVEMENT--

1

No

Prior Priority

No 1/2 Ongoing 1/2 Ongoing

1

No

Grant Priority

$116,304 Complete 2011 $11,036 Complete 2011 $494,138 Complete 2011 $26,096 Complete 2011 ($1,000)Complete 2011 $95,772 Complete 2011 $0 Complete 2011 $32,699 Complete 2011 ($64,296)Complete 2011Ongoing Mainte

CIP Funding Spent as of Estimate* 05/27/2014 Remainder Status

C-430WEST EL PINTADO SIDEWALK STRUCTURAL REPAIR---------------------------- $732,284 $615,980 B-510VETERANS MEMORIAL BUILDING--------------------------------------------------- $8,428,654 $8,417,618 C-487SYCAMORE VALLEY ROAD AND I-680 ON-RAMP IMPROVEMENTS------------ $1,095,321 $601,183 C-239MAJOR ARTERIAL OVERLAYS-------------------------------------------------------- $301,405 $275,309 C-546HARTZ AND PROSPECT AVENUES INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS----------- $127,720 $128,720 B-466OSAGE PARKING LOTS PAVEMENT REPAIR AND EXPANSION------------------ $603,282 $507,510 B-565SWIMMING POOL AT SAN RAMON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL--------------------- $500,000 $500,000 B-548OAK HILL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER DOORS----------------------------------- $204,000 $171,301 C-547PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--------------------------------------------- $4,000,000 $4,064,296

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$440,366

CIP18 $0 $12,500 $12,500

Osage Station B-490 OSAGE STATION PARK IMPROVEMENTS------------------------- $2,319,750 B-494 OSAGE STATION PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------- $263,304 TOTALS $2,583,054

$30,388 $30,388

$97,242

$97,242

TOTALS

Oak Hill B-544 OAK HILL PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------

$29,549

$29,549

$61,881

$0 $0

$46,881 $15,000

$25,000

$0 $25,000

$15,194

$15,194

$12,155

$12,155

$0

$36,465

$36,465

$15,000

$0 In Plan/Design $0

$0 $15,000

$25,000

$0 Not Started $25,000

$18,469

$18,469

$12,155

$12,155

$0

$0 Not Started

Status

$913,794$1,714,209

$901,294 $1,701,709 In Plan/Design $12,500 $12,500

$30,388

$30,388

$56,775

$0 $0

$41,775 $15,000

$25,000

$0 $25,000

$17,589

$17,589

$6,077

$6,077

$0

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$12,500 $398,375

$0 $385,875 $12,500 $12,500

$24,310

$24,310

$110,227 $530,453

TOTALS $4,005,005

$44,125 $15,000

$25,000

$0 $0 $0 $471,328

$95,227 $15,000

$87,000

$0 $25,000

$15,194

$15,194

$6,077

$6,077

$0

B-450 PARK SYSTEM SIGNAGE-------------------------------------------- $213,000 B-493 SYNTHETIC TURF REPLACEMENT--------------------------------- $1,555,328

Multiple Parks B-101 PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE $1,295,219 B-280 SPORTS FIELD RENOVATION-------------------------------------- $941,458

TOTALS

$0 $87,000

Hap Magee Ranch A-530 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK SLIDE MITIGATION------------------ $150,000 B-400 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------ $290,366

$14,470

$5,788

$5,788

$51,025

$14,470

$78,813

$127,812

$127,812

$156,250

$78,813

TOTALS

Diablo Vista B-560 DIABLO VISTA PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------

TOTALS

Danville South B-556 DANVILLE SOUTH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------

TOTALS

$51,025

Prior Years 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19

Bret Harte B-574 BRET HARTE PARK PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS-------------- $156,250

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2/3 Ongoing

2

2/3 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

2

2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

3/4

2/3 Ongoing

2/3 Ongoing

2/3

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$351,490 $7,840,030

TOTALS GRAND TOTALS $411,398

$1,655,413

$100,000$1,041,879

$0 $21,879 $100,000 $1,020,000

$564,033

$21,879

$21,879 $0 $1,071,501

$21,879

$21,879 $0

Status

$1,843,177

$21,879

$21,879 $0 In Plan/Design

Prior Years 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19

Sycamore Valley B-495 SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------ $351,490 $0 B-591 BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PA

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2 Ongoing

Priority

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Project Name

Prior Years 2014/15

CIP20

TOTALS $266,043 $0 Town Office B-328 TOWN OFFICES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------------- $283,780 $23,153 TOTALS $283,780 $23,153 Veterans Building B-582 VETERANS MEMORIAL HALL CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------- $10,000 $10,500 TOTALS $10,000 $10,500 Village Theatre B-553 VILLAGE THEATRE CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------------- $81,025 $15,788 TOTALS $81,025 $15,788 GRAND TOTALS $2,214,977 $253,297

Day School B-452 SYCAMORE DAY SCHOOL BUILDING REPAIRS---------------------------- $92,139 $10,000 TOTALS $92,139 $10,000 Library B-491 LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------$372,325 $23,153 TOTALS $372,325 $23,153 Multiple Buildings B-415 CIVIC FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE PROJECTS-------------------- $390,822 $15,194 $0 B-515 SECURITY ACCESS CONTROL FOR TOWN BUILDINGS------------------- $247,500 B-559 SCHOOL PARK FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------- $78,813 $101,970 TOTALS $717,134 $117,164 Oak Hill Community Center B-544 OAK HILL PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------------- $97,242 $30,388 TOTALS $97,242 $30,388 Service Center B-216 TOWN SERVICE CENTER CAPITAL MAINTENANCE------------------------ $150,290 $23,153 $0 B-550 MUNICIPAL SERVICE CENTER WASTE TRANSFER AREA------------------ $145,000 TOTALS $295,290 $23,153 Town Meeting Hall B-539 TOWN MEETING HALL AUDIO AND VISUAL PROJECTION SYSTEM---- $266,043 $0

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$29,549 $0 $29,549 $0

$24,310 $0 $24,310 $0

3/4 Ongoing

$12,155 $12,155 Maintenance $12,155 $12,155

06/10/2014

2/3 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

$0

1/2

$31,055 $31,055 Maintenance $31,055 $31,055

$0

2013

2 Ongoing 3/4

$29,549 $30,000 Maintenance $0 $0 Not Started $29,549 $30,000 $0 Construction Complete

2/3 Ongoing

$30,388 $36,465 Maintenance $30,388 $36,465

$0

2 Ongoing 4 2 Ongoing

2 Ongoing

$29,549 $30,388 Maintenance $29,549 $30,388 $30,388 $30,388 Maintenance $0 $0 In Plan/Design $15,000 $15,000 Maintenance $45,388 $45,388

2/3 Ongoing

Priority

$10,000 $10,000 Maintenance $10,000 $10,000

$6,077 $6,077 $12,155 $12,155 Under Construction $6,077 $6,077 $12,155 $12,155 $169,924 $191,431 $200,239 $207,606

$11,576 $11,576

$29,549 $29,549

$24,310 $24,310

$11,025 $11,025

$30,388 $0 $15,194 $45,582

$30,388 $0 $15,194 $45,582

$29,549 $29,549

$29,549 $29,549

$24,310 $24,310

$24,310 $24,310

$10,000 $10,000

$10,000 $10,000

2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 Status

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Project Name

$0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

2013/14

CIP21

TOTAL

A-064 LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS------------------

TOTAL

PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------SPORTS FIELD RENOVATION-------------------------------------------------SYNTHETIC TURF REPLACEMENT--------------------------------------------SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------GREEN VALLEY SCHOOL PARK IRRIGATION RENOVATION--------------PARK SYSTEM WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN-------------------------------VILLAGE THEATRE CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------------DANVILLE SOUTH PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-------------------------SCHOOL PARK FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------DIABLO VISTA PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------------------------BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK---------

Measure J Rtrn to Src

B-101 B-280 B-493 B-495 B-537 B-542 B-553 B-556 B-559 B-560 B-591

LLAD Zone D

($5,000) ($5,000)

$0 $0 $0 $0 ($55,125) ($58,482) $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 ($113,607)

A-504 FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)------------------------------------------------ ($643,137) ($643,137) TOTAL

FEMA-01

TOTAL

A-504 FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)------------------------------------------------

TOTAL

FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)----------------------------------------------TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM-----------------------------------------TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-------PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM--------------------------------------LAWRENCE ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS---------------------

CIP Gen Purpose Rev

A-504 A-505 C-305 C-418 C-577 C-589

CIP Gen Pur Reallocate

Pr#

$0 $0

($17,365) ($15,000) ($87,500) ($22,162) $0 $0 ($15,788) ($5,788) ($14,471) ($14,470) $113,607 ($78,937)

$0 $0

$471,032 $471,032

$62,607 ($62,607) ($75,000) ($200,000) $200,000 $75,000 $0

2014/15

Notes

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Moved to future years in this project.

LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. Funds moved to B-591 Bocce Ball Court. Funds moved to B-591 Bocce Ball Court.. LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. LLAD Zone D reduction. Funds moved from B-537 and B-542.

Reduction in FEMA Grant amount.

Fiscal Year 2013/14 appropriation.

06/10/2014

From A-505 El Pinto Road Repair. To A-504 Front Street Repair. To C-589 Lawrence Road Traffic Safety. To C-577 Pavement Management. From C-418 Traffic Signal and Street Light Maintenance Program. Moved in from C-305 Traffic Management

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TOTAL

$0 $0 $0 $0

2013/14

TOTAL

A-064 LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS------------------

($50,000) ($50,000)

TOWN-WIDE LANDSCAPE REPLACEMENT----------------------------------- ($60,000) $0 PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------$0 OSAGE STATION PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE--------------------------SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------$0 GREEN VALLEY SCHOOL PARK IRRIGATION RENOVATION--------------- ($153,305) PARK SYSTEM WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN-------------------------------- ($440,679) $0 BOCCE BALL COURT EXPANSION AT SYCAMORE VALLEY PARK--------($653,984) TOTAL

Residential TIP

A-533 B-101 B-494 B-495 B-537 B-542 B-591

Park Facilities

B-101 PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------B-493 SYNTHETIC TURF REPLACEMENT--------------------------------------------B-559 SCHOOL PARK FACILITIES CAPITAL MAINTENANCE-----------------------

Park Dedication Impact

$0 $0

$0 $60,000 ($12,500) ($22,161) $0 $0 $593,984 $619,323

($17,364) ($87,500) $87,500 ($17,364)

2014/15

Moved to future years in this project.

To B-101 Park and Recreation Facilities. Moved in from A-533 Town-wide Landscape. Park Facilities reduction. Park Facilities reduction. Funds moved to B-591 Bocce Ball Court. Funds moved to B-591 Bocce Ball Court.. Funds moved from B-537 and B-542.

Move to B-559 School Park Facilities. Moved in from B-493 Synthetic Turf.

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Project Name

$0

$37,000

A-266 TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE-------------

C-566 TOWN-WIDE BICYCLE PARKING PROJECT------------------------------$612,620 $150,000

$0

$221,800

C-585 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS AT TOWN-OWNED FACIL

GRAND TOTAL

$0

$15,000

$338,820 $150,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0 Under Construction

4

2/3

2

2

Priority

06/10/2014

$0 Construction Complete 2013

$0 Not Started

Status

$0 In Plan/Design

Prior Years 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19

A-362 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT----------------------------------

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Pavement Management Program


Pavement Management Program Pavement Management Program The Town of Danville Pavement Management Program provides maintenance history and pavement condition index (PCI) for all public streets in Danville using software provided by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. The MTC software is used within the MTC region. The Town annually performs pavement maintenance on public streets to the extent that funds are available. Streets are selected based on pavement condition, location, and the type of maintenance application. Maintenance applications are slurry seals, chip seals, and pavement overlays. Slurry and chip seals are thin applications of liquid asphalt mixed with sand or rock chips. Asphalt overlays are 1 to 4-inch thick layers of hot asphalt applied to the road surface. Crack sealing and repair of damaged roadway often precedes the maintenance operation. Streets with the same type of maintenance application are grouped together in a pavement maintenance project. This helps to reduce the cost of the project and confines the projects impact to a smaller area of the neighborhood. Streets are also selected based on the PCI. The PCI is determined by field inspection of the actual pavement condition. New streets start at 100 and, as streets age, the rating drops. The Town Council’s goal is an average PCI of 70 or above for the Town’s street system. The average annual expenditure of $1,200,000 is set based on the availability of funds for pavement operations Completed Pavement Maintenance Projects for Fiscal Year 2013/14 The following streets received pavement maintenance during the 2013/14 fiscal year: Alice Court Bali Court Barrons Place Brookside Drive Carole Meadows Court Casita Court Celine Court Cerro Court Devonshire Court Dover Court Elati Court Everett Drive Foothill Court Golden Hills Court

Haven Hill Court Horizon Court Larkstone Court Lomitas Drive Luree Court Luz Court MacGregor Place MacKenzie Place MacPherson Place Matadera Court Mission Drive Mission Place Morninghome Road Plata Court

CIP25

Pulido Court Pulido Road Quivira Court Raven Court Sabina Court San Rey Place Senca Court Stanton Court Thornhill Road Verde Mesa Drive Verona Court Ynez Circle

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Pavement Management Program Proposed Pavement Maintenance Projects for Fiscal Year 2014/15 The following streets are candidates for a pavement maintenance treatment: Alice Court Bali Court Barrons Place Brookside Drive Buena Vista Drive Camino Encanto Camino Tassajara Carole Meadows Court Celine Court Clydesdale Drive Contada Circle Corte Encanto Corte Nogal Danvilla Court Devonshire Court Dover Court El Alamo El Capitan Drive El Cerro Blvd El Rincon Road Elati Court Everett Drive Foothill Court Fountain Springs Circle Fountain Springs Drive

Gelding Court Gerald Drive Glenwood Court Golden Hills Court Greenbrook Drive Haven Hill Court Hermosa Court Horizon Court Indian Home Road La Questa Drive Lomitas Drive Luree Court Luz Court MacGregor Place MacKenzie Place MacPherson Place Marseille Court Matadera Court Mission Drive Mission Place Montana Drive Morninghome Road New Boston Court Plata Court Pulido Road

Quivira Court Raven Court Remington Drive Ridgeland Circle Ridgeland Drive Sabina Court San Rey Place Senca Court Silver Chief Way Sorrel Court Stanton Court Starview Drive Starview Place Sycamore Valley Road Thornhill Road Tim Court Tyrrel Court Tyson Court Verde Mesa Drive Verona Avenue Verona Court Via Hermosa Ynez Circle

See Project C-577 for more information about expenditures and funding.

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Project Name

C-508 CAMINO TASSAJARA/CROW CANYON SAFETEA-LU IMPROVEMENTS------------ $6,074,088

$0 $0 $0

$778,000 $711,000 $372,826

$363,384

A-386 CAMINO TASSAJARA STREET REPAIR - OLD ORCHARD TO SYCAMORE VALLEY

C-306 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $7,091,901 $267,598

A-370 CAMINO TASSAJARA STREET REPAIR--------------------------------------------------

A-411 HARTZ AVENUE PAVEMENT REPAIR----------------------------------------------------

A-431 CAMARITAS WAY AND CAMARITAS COURT RECONSTRUCTION-------------------

CIP27 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

C-503 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $4,200,000 $20,202

C-511 DIABLO AND GREEN VALLEY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS (ARRA)---------------------- $1,008,063 $301,405

C-239 MAJOR ARTERIAL OVERLAYS-----------------------------------------------------------

C-547 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $4,000,000 $850,546

C-365 GREEN VALLEY ROAD STREET REPAIR-------------------------------------------------

C-240 TASSAJARA RANCH DRIVE MEDIAN AND BICYCLE LANES--------------------------

C-570 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $2,000,000 $42,122,565

$0

C-473 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $1,050,000

TOTALS

$0

$822,288

A-364 DIABLO ROAD STREET REPAIR EAST PHASE 2----------------------------------------

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$1,900,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

2016/17

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$1,900,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

2017/18

06/12/2014

$0 Construction Complete 2013

$0 Construction Complete 2011 $0 Construction Complete 2012

$0 Construction Complete 2010 $0 Construction Complete 2011

$0 Construction Complete 2009 $0 Construction Complete 2010

$0 Construction Complete 2006 $0 Construction Complete 2006

$0 Construction Complete 2005 $0 Construction Complete 2005

$0 Construction Complete 2005 $0 Construction Complete 2005

$0 Construction Complete 2002 $0 Construction Complete 2003

$0 Construction Complete 2002 $0 Construction Complete 2002

$0 Construction Complete 2001 $0 Construction Complete 2002

$0 Construction Complete 2000 $0 Construction Complete 2000

$0 Construction Complete 1999 $0 Construction Complete 2000

$1,900,000 In Plan/Design $0 In Plan/Design

$0 In Plan/Design

$0 Preparing for Const. $0 Preparing for Const.

$0 In Plan/Design

2018/19 Status

$4,664,410 $1,900,000 $1,900,000 $1,900,000 $1,900,000

$0

C-475 CENTURY CIRCLE AND WAY PAVEMENT RECONSTRUCTION-----------------------

$0

$34,550 $364,000

A-441 LA GONDA WAY STREET IMPROVEMENTS--------------------------------------------

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

A-369 SYCAMORE VALLEY ROAD STREET REPAIR-------------------------------------------

$333,220

A-383 CAMINO RAMON OVERLAY (NORTH)-------------------------------------------------$89,589

$548,861

A-360 DANVILLE BLVD. STREET REPAIR-------------------------------------------------------

$0

$334,467

$747,583

A-331 SAN RAMON VALLEY BLVD. STREET REPAIR------------------------------------------

$0

$793,250

A-366 DIABLO ROAD STREET REPAIR WEST--------------------------------------------------

$547,272

C-315 FRONT, ROSE, AND LINDA MESA STREET IMPROVEMENTS-------------------------

A-367 CAMINO RAMON (SOUTH) STREET REPAIR--------------------------------------------

$323,513

C-584 DANVILLE VARIOUS STREETS AND ROADS PRESERVATION------------------------

$0

$0

$0

$3,000,000 $1,900,000

$0 $721,160

$277,178

C-391 HARTZ AVENUE BEAUTIFICATION - LINDA MESA TO SOUTH OF DIABLO RD-----

C-577 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM------------------------------------------------- $3,000,000

$0

C-319 HARTZ AVENUE BEAUTIFICATION - LINDA MESA TO RAILROAD------------------- $5,272,211

$0

2014/15 2015/16 $150,000

2013/14 $338,820

A-362 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT-----------------------------------------------

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Projects


General Improvments NO PIC


Projects Index of General Improvements by Project Number Pr# Project Name Page Status A-064 LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS----------------------------- CIP 31 Design, Modified A-241 CROW CANYON ROAD SOUND WALLS-------------------------------------------------CIP 32 Construction A-266 TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE---------------------------CIP 33 Complete A-330 TOWN-WIDE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT---------------------------------CIP 34 Design, Modified A-362 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT-------------------------------------------------CIP 35 Design, Modified A-443 DIABLO ROAD (EAST) DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS-----------------------------------CIP 36 Adopted A-458 SAN RAMON CREEK REALIGNMENT AT EL CAPITAN BRIDGE------------------------CIP 37 Complete A-482 STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------------------------CIP 38 Construction, Modified A-492 CENTRAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM CAPITAL MAINTENANCE---------------------------- CIP 39 Construction, Modified A-504 FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------------------CIP 40 Complete, Modified A-505 EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)----------------------------------------------------------CIP 41 Complete, Modified A-513 CAMINO TASSAJARA PKWY/SYCAMORE VALLEY RD SOUND WALL MAINT.------CIP 42 Design, Modified A-514 PUBLIC PLACES FOR ART------------------------------------------------------------------CIP 43 Design, Modified A-529 DIABLO RD RETAINING WALL REPLACEMENT GREEN VLY TO CLYDESDALE----- CIP 44 Adopted, Modified A-530 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK SLIDE MITIGATION-----------------------------------------CIP 45 Adopted A-531 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM---------------------------------------------------------CIP 46 Complete, Modified A-533 TOWN-WIDE LANDSCAPE REPLACEMENT----------------------------------------------CIP 47 Construction, Modified A-540 TOWN FACILITY SECURITY MONITORING SYSTEM------------------------------------CIP 48 Construction, Modified A-558 PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------------------------ CIP 49 Design, Modified A-561 I-680 INTERCHANGE LANDSCAPING AT SYCAMORE AND DIABLO ROADS-------CIP 50 Adopted A-579 TOWN-WIDE ROADWAY DAMAGE REPAIR---------------------------------------------CIP 51 Construction, Modified A-583 UTILITY VAULT ACCESS SECURITY-------------------------------------------------------CIP 52 Complete, Modified

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CIP29

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Projects Index of General Improvements by Project Name Pr# Project Name Page Status A-513 CAMINO TASSAJARA PKWY/SYCAMORE VALLEY RD SOUND WALL MAINT.-----CIP 42 Design, Modified A-492 CENTRAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM CAPITAL MAINTENANCE----------------------------CIP 39 Construction, Modified A-241 CROW CANYON ROAD SOUND WALLS-------------------------------------------------CIP 32 Construction A-529 DIABLO RD RETAINING WALL REPLACEMENT GREEN VLY TO CLYDESDALE-----CIP 44 Adopted, Modified A-443 DIABLO ROAD (EAST) DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS-----------------------------------CIP 36 Adopted A-362 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT------------------------------------------------CIP 35 Design, Modified A-505 EL PINTO ROAD REPAIR (FEMA)----------------------------------------------------------CIP 41 Complete, Modified A-504 FRONT STREET REPAIR (FEMA)-----------------------------------------------------------CIP 40 Complete, Modified A-530 HAP MAGEE RANCH PARK SLIDE MITIGATION----------------------------------------CIP 45 Adopted A-561 I-680 INTERCHANGE LANDSCAPING AT SYCAMORE AND DIABLO ROADS-------CIP 50 Adopted A-064 LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS-----------------------------CIP 31 Design, Modified A-558 PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE------------------------------------------------------------CIP 49 Design, Modified A-514 PUBLIC PLACES FOR ART-----------------------------------------------------------------CIP 43 Design, Modified A-458 SAN RAMON CREEK REALIGNMENT AT EL CAPITAN BRIDGE------------------------CIP 37 Complete A-531 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM--------------------------------------------------------CIP 46 Complete, Modified A-482 STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE-----------------------------------------------------------CIP 38 Construction, Modified A-540 TOWN FACILITY SECURITY MONITORING SYSTEM-----------------------------------CIP 48 Construction, Modified A-533 TOWN-WIDE LANDSCAPE REPLACEMENT---------------------------------------------CIP 47 Construction, Modified A-579 TOWN-WIDE ROADWAY DAMAGE REPAIR---------------------------------------------CIP 51 Construction, Modified A-330 TOWN-WIDE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT--------------------------------CIP 34 Design, Modified A-266 TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE---------------------------CIP 33 Complete A-583 UTILITY VAULT ACCESS SECURITY------------------------------------------------------CIP 52 Complete, Modified

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Projects LOCAL GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS - DISABLED ACCESS CIP No: A-064

STATUS: In Design

PRIORITY: 1/2 Ongoing

PROJECT MANAGER: RJA

This project has been modified from the previous year. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: This project includes annual construction of handicap ramps, sidewalks, traffic signal modifications, and public park access on an as-needed basis during the upcoming five-year period. Improvements will be selected on the basis of pedestrian traffic volume and where handicap accessibility is needed. Improvements will be installed in locations not affected by new development that would otherwise build the improvement. The Town's ADA Transition Plan will be used to prioritize projects. This is an ongoing project.

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS: Reduce 2013/14 F.Y. year appropriations by $5,000 in Measure J and $50,000 in Residential TIP.

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$4,000 $50,000 $1,000 $55,000

$4,000 $50,000 $1,000 $55,000

$4,000 $50,000 $1,000 $55,000

$4,000 $96,369 $50,000 $1,077,132 $1,000 $21,955 $55,000 $1,195,455

2016/17 $5,000 $50,000 $55,000

2017/18 $5,000 $50,000 $55,000

2018/19 Total $5,000 $65,000 $50,000 $1,130,455 $55,000 $1,195,455

$76,369 $827,132 $16,955 $920,455

$4,000 $50,000 $1,000 $55,000

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) Measure J Rtrn to Src Residential TIP Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $40,000 $5,000 $880,455 $50,000 $920,455 $55,000

2015/16 $5,000 $50,000 $55,000

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: This project provides funding for smaller projects that are typically not part of a major CIP project yet require capital investment. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $765,750

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0

BALANCE: $209,705

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Projects CROW CANYON ROAD SOUND WALLS CIP No: A-241

STATUS: In Construction

PRIORITY: 2

PROJECT MANAGER: RJA

This project has not been modified. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: This project provides intermittent sound walls in selected areas along the north side of Crow Canyon Road along the frontage of Crow Canyon Country Club. Walls will not be continuous, and will be constructed where necessary to protect nearby residences from traffic noise. Developer contribution is from impact fees associated with traffic increases on Crow Canyon Road. (This project is funded by C-3.4 of Dougherty Valley Settlement Agreement Danville Mitigation Fee). Project estimate and appropriation updated based on the January 2014 award of construction contract.

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS:

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$114,525 $919,325 $25,975 $1,059,825

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $114,525 $0 $919,325 $0 $25,975 $0 $1,059,825

2017/18 $0 $0

2018/19 Total $0 $1,059,825 $0 $1,059,825

$0 $0 $0 $0

2018/19

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) SCC Sub-Regional Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $1,059,825 $0 $1,059,825 $0

2015/16 $0 $0

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Mitigate noise impacts from the Dougherty Valley Developments.

PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $1,056,656

2016/17 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 10 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $1,000

BALANCE: $3,169

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Projects TOWN-WIDE WAYFINDING AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE CIP No: A-266

STATUS: Complete

PRIORITY: 2/3

PROJECT MANAGER: JB

This project has not been modified. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: Comprehensive Town-wide Wayfinding and signage system, including: downtown, retail centers, and other points of interest. Phase 1: Development of a Wayfinding Signage Master Plan (2010/11) Assess existing conditions, needs, and identify key user groups. The master plan will include: recommendations on signage types and placement, universal design standards for wayfinding elements, final design drawings, and construction cost estimates. COMPLETE. Phase 2: Construction of Wayfinding and Signage Elements. COMPLETE. (Installation of signage on West Hartz Avenue and portions of Railroad Avenue has been deferred until completion of Projects C319, C-391, and C-405.)

COMPLETE

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS:

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$30,000 $190,800 $1,000 $221,800

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$30,000 $190,800 $1,000 $221,800

2017/18 $0 $0 $0

2018/19 $0 $0 $0

Total $178,800 $43,000 $221,800

$0 $0 $0 $0

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) CC-TLC CIP Gen Purpose Rev Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $178,800 $0 $43,000 $0 $221,800 $0

2015/16 $0 $0 $0

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Improve economic viability of the Town by providing signage for visitors to shopping areas and destinations. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $214,633

2016/17 $0 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 500 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $10,000

BALANCE: $7,167

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Projects TOWN-WIDE STORM DRAIN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT CIP No: A-330

STATUS: In Design

PRIORITY: 2 Ongoing

PROJECT MANAGER: RJA

This project has been modified from the previous year. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: This project provides for ongoing capital replacement and maintenance of the Town-wide drainage system. Ongoing and as-needed work includes: Cleaning and desilting ditches and pipes as needed town wide. Repair of broken pipes, catch basins, and concrete lined ditches. Repair broken curbs, gutters, and valley gutters. Install trash removal devices in the Downtown area ($200,000). Repair existing ditch (Lomitas Ditch) in rear yards north of Camino Tassajara west of Lomitas Road. Begin easement acquisition. Install concrete ditch at Mary Court to drain cul-de-sac. Repair failed outfall pipe into San Ramon Creek at North Hartz Avenue. Repair culvert beneath Diablo Road at Alameda Diablo.

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS: Added Mary Court, North Hartz, and Diablo Road projects. Removed funding for 2014/15 through 2018/19.

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$86,742 $983,909 $34,979 $1,105,630

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $86,742 $0 $983,909 $0 $34,979 $0 $1,105,630

2017/18 $0 $0 $0 $0

2018/19 Total $0 $399,500 $0 $623,000 $0 $83,130 $0 $1,105,630

$0 $0 $0 $0

2018/19

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) Prior Years 2014/15 CIP Gen Purpose Rev $399,500 $0 $623,000 $0 Cleanwater Program Developer Contribution $83,130 $0 $1,105,630 $0 Total Funding:

2015/16 $0 $0 $0 $0

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Maintenance of the existing storm drain system is needed on an ongoing basis. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $621,637

2016/17 $0 $0 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0

BALANCE: $483,993

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Projects DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CIP No: A-362

STATUS: In Design

PRIORITY: 2

PROJECT MANAGER: FK

This project has been modified from the previous year. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: Project 1: Evaluate street lights on Hartz and Railroad and E. Prospect to identify locations for additional street lighting to increase illumination. Phase 1 - COMPLETE. Phase 2 - COMPLETE. Phase 3 - Replace 22 street light poles with 44 double acorn LED street lights on Railroad Avenue from Prospect to Danville Boulevard, Hartz Way, and Love Lane with new post top acorn LED street lights on decorative poles (Est. $150,000). Project 2: Identify appropriate locations and install street furniture, such as benches. 2014/15 ($21,000). Project 3: Repair or replace curb, gutter, sidewalk, brick banding, pavement, and new trees within the core downtown area (est. $20,000).

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS: Updated project description and cost estimates. For 2014/15, changed $178,500 in CIP GPR to $150,000 in LLAD Zone C.

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$26,000 $305,470 $7,350 $338,820

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$46,000 $435,470 $7,350 $488,820

2017/18 $0 $0 $0

2018/19 $0 $0 $0

Total $338,820 $150,000 $488,820

$20,000 $130,000 $0 $150,000

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) CIP Gen Purpose Rev LLAD Zone C Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $338,820 $0 $0 $150,000 $338,820 $150,000

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: New street light globes will improve lighting. Benches will enhance the Downtown experience. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $167,493

2015/16 $0 $0 $0

2016/17 $0 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0 BALANCE: $171,327

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Projects DIABLO ROAD (EAST) DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS CIP No: A-443

STATUS: Adopted

PRIORITY: 5

PROJECT MANAGER: RJA

This project has not been modified. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: In storm situations Diablo Road, across from the Diablo Country Club, has extensive silt runoff from the uphill side of the road causing roadside ditches to overflow. This has necessitated street closures and significant inconvenience to residents. This project will modify the existing retaining wall, expand and improve the roadside ditches and install headwalls adjacent to existing storm drain crossings. Connect existing storm drain line. $11,000. Modify retaining wall. $44,000. Install 1000 L.F. of concrete lined ditch behind the retaining wall. $43,175. Repair existing metal guard rail. $22,000

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS:

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$98,175 $40,900 $4,200 $143,275

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$98,175 $40,900 $4,200 $143,275

2017/18 $0 $0 $0

2018/19 $0 $0 $0

Total $22,000 $121,275 $143,275

$0 $0 $0 $0

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) CIP Gen Purpose Rev NERIAD Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $22,000 $0 $121,275 $0 $143,275 $0

2015/16 $0 $0 $0

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Improvements to the roadside drainage facilities will eliminate annual emergency callouts for mud cleanup and will eliminate silt runoff into the storm drain system. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $0

2016/17 $0 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0

BALANCE: $143,275

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Projects SAN RAMON CREEK REALIGNMENT AT EL CAPITAN BRIDGE STATUS: Complete

PRIORITY: 1/2

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A Federal Grant (Emergency Relief) funded 88.53% of the eligible project costs and funded about 80% of the total project cost. The Regional Water Quality Control Board and Army Corps permits require a 5-year landscape maintenance period, the cost of which is not grant eligible.

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: Winter storms of 2002 altered the alignment of San Ramon Creek causing water to flow directly into the westerly abutment of the El Capitan Bridge. This project returns the creek back to its original alignment and enforces the bridge abutment slopes with a protective covering to prevent erosion of the restored slopes.

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DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS:

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$200,485 $354,473 $52,090 $607,048

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$200,485 $354,473 $52,090 $607,048

2017/18 $0 $0 $0

2018/19 $0 $0 $0

Total $164,037 $443,011 $607,048

$0 $0 $0 $0

Total

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) CIP Gen Purpose Rev Fed Emrg. Relief Grant Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $164,037 $0 $443,011 $0 $607,048 $0

2015/16 $0 $0 $0

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Realignment would prevent ultimate failure of westerly roadway approach to bridge. PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $607,048

2016/17 $0 $0 $0

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0

BALANCE: $0

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Projects STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE CIP No: A-482

STATUS: In Construction

PRIORITY: 3/4 Ongoing

PROJECT MANAGER: FK

This project has been modified from the previous year. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: The Town's deteriorating wood pole street lights will need to be replaced on an ongoing basis. In addition, this project may be used for maintenance and repair of the Town's street lights system. Replace remaining Town-owned street lights, parking lot lights, pathway lights, and park facilities lights with LED fixtures as appropriate ($90,000).

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS: Staff is recommending that the remaining Town-owned street lights be upgraded to LED fixtures.

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Total

Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$0 $30,388 $0 $30,388

$0 $45,000 $0 $45,000

$0 $45,000 $0 $45,000

$0 $45,000 $0 $45,000

$0 $639,424 $0 $639,424

2016/17 $0 $45,000 $45,000

2017/18 $0 $45,000 $45,000

2018/19 $0 $45,000 $45,000

Total $276,281 $363,142 $639,424

$0 $355,095 $0 $355,095

$0 $118,941 $0 $118,941

PROJECT APPROPRIATION AND FUNDING Funding Source(s) CIP Gen Purpose Rev LLAD Zone C Total Funding:

Prior Years 2014/15 $276,281 $0 $78,813 $118,941 $355,095 $118,941

2015/16 $0 $30,388 $30,388

RATIONALE FOR PROPOSED PROJECT: Some wood pole streetlights are in need of replacement. Other street light maintenance is ongoing PRIOR EXPENDITURES: As of 05/27/2014 ar $196,063

EXPECTED IMPACT ON OPERATING BUDGET: Additional worker hours required to maintain per year: 0 Additional Town direct operating costs per year: $0

BALANCE: $159,032

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Projects CENTRAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM CAPITAL MAINTENANCE CIP No: A-492

STATUS: In Construction

PRIORITY: 1/2

PROJECT MANAGER: MH

This project has been modified from the previous year. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION: Replacement of existing antiquated central irrigation system. Provides for access to all units from a central location, computer to support necessary software and hardware, and replacement of field units to enable programming from a central location. System includes built-in capabilities for programming water features and lighting amenities at all park sites and is expandable to include addition of possible rain gauges and weather stations. Phase 1: Diablo Vista, Sycamore Valley, Osage Station, Oak Hill, and Hap Magee Parks are COMPLETE. Phase 2: Roadside Zones A and B are scheduled for replacement in late 2014. Phase 3: Weather Center for Maintenance Service Center.

DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATIONS: Added Phases 2 and 3.

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE (ESCALATED DOLLARS) Expenditure Category Prior Years 2014/15 Design/Plan Review Construction Inspection & Admin. Total Costs:

$30,000 $715,750 $0 $745,750

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0

$30,000 $715,750 $0 $74